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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00076097:00330
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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TODAY COCOANUT GROVE TO MAKE Was unanimously k ChoseMo Office At Reorganization of That Body I MIAMI AND,) COCOANUT. GROVE TO II MONDAY 0 Y

: OPEN REASON WITH GAME ON ,
tIt ANNOUNCEMENT } Last The Other Officers and Gist
FOR COUNTY Night- Chosen 1 "
I ROYAL PALM GROUNDS ,
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COMMISSIONER; Meeting.
of the '
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h AFTER SPLENDID' SEASON 'j i'ff1!; \ I TEt 1t i AT FOR ftlMRDAlf. Iii.

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L t A I large attendance with much inter candidates was waived and his election I ,

., I. Prevailed upon by his friends and made unanimous. .
the
I est manifested' was present at
" .. Weather and other conditions purr
: unanimously by"mass meeting appreciation of the honor conferred
endorsed Fair btUlding Ust night for the purpose mittlng the baseball fans of Miami
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t w Remained 'Opened Longer- and of Cocoanut Grove citizens Mr. of:reorganizing the Miami Boardof few remarks upon him, dwelling Mr. Prout upon the madea importance will witness the first game of the season Craft Wi!/ Now be Fitted With

Kirk Munroe, the well'known author Trade ,and electing officers to the of a Board of Trade to a ....y I tomorrow between the local team

t-' Did i ,Better' Business Than and writer: residing at that place, has same.%* Fully one hundred and fifty and promising to do all In his powerto and the aggregation from Palm'Cocoanut dia Machinery and Made Ready to
Grove the Royal
on new
consented to be a candidate for county persona; the majority o' them repre advance Its every Interest Tne mond. I Begin Digging Canal to Drain
H. W. I.
!., ber' Before-Manager commissioner from the Fifth District remarks were timely appropriate and "
aent1n 'the commercial and business This game was scheduled for last
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subject to the action of the Democratic well received. Again just before the
i Merrill Highly Pleased With irimary. interests of the city, were present and close of the meeting Mr. Prout moved ; Thursday but rain made a postpone Everglades-This ,,Will be in
teams ,
resident of entered into the matter tin that vote of thanks ment necessary. The are old
Mr. Monroe has been a : spiritedly a be extended Mr.
\:. *. 'the Result-Remaining! Guests Dade county and Cocoanut Grove for der consideration. Brown for his services null the interest rivals, each baring scored a numberof About four' ,WeeksMachinery ,

the past twenty years, is a good citizen -: The 'tatus of the membership of-the : he had manifested at'all times in the victories and suffered de'eat before '

Went to Other' Hotels conservative and has always taken old organization was discussed at <:omelengttwzand organization he had beaded. The mo- and on that account a very spiritedand on Ground.Information .- .
and was finally settled by President tion prevailed' unanimously. interesting contest can be "
j'." a great Interest In the welfare. \ '
f' development of the county. ': \y.'M. Brown, who ruled that all Other officers were then elected as pated tomorrow. anti|I I :
r' The llne-upa1rl1l be as follows
Mr. Monroe, although enjoying a national members not over one year in arrears follows:
'. author and with des, were In good standing No Miami SyHopklns, catch; Challle
I reputation as an First Vice-President. T. Bylng reached
11 and Yarboronghpltch Xlmanles, first has the city
,;,.. After enjoytn /one of the best sea writer is a Floridian by adoption ands quorum:; being present all rules werewalvedl.and ; ;
second Voss. third that the dredge under construction at
cons In its history, and !remaining| proud to make and call It his home, the reorganization of the ton.Second Vice-President, I. Wilson. Burdtne. : ; PedJr Fort Lauderdale for the
short Coachman, left field CloptOn, State and to
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: ,open longerXnan ever before and it would be a credit to any body Board of Trade b- those present, was Boardof Governors. W. Watson
the- be in
center; and Hill: right field. I used digging a canal to drain the _
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41 Palm Hotel closed today political or otherwise to have him asa in order. S. Bobo Dean, Isidore Cohen and T. '
Rite Everglades Governor
Cocoanut Grove -Hilt, catch; as proposed' by
entertaining a number of guests. the member.; His announcement for Mayor John Sewell then placed In V. Moore.In pitch; W. Hardie first. Qllphant sir Hroward and The State Drainage Commission

majority of whom moved to the Halcyon nomination as county commissioner nominaltttn the name of Mr. Brown, retiring from the presidency of ond; Yarborough third; A. Hardie, was successfully launched on

Hall and.the other hotels of the appears today's Metropolis. but the honor was declined by that I the Board. Mr. Brown thanked the- right field; J. Clopton. left field; Dillon Monday, and'will at once oe fitted .
city where they will remain until the who that he had members for the
gentleman stated cooperation they center and Gautler. short with the machinery all of which la on
time\selected for going north; An Exciting Runaway :senegas president of the board four had given him during his tenn o' of I hand and the craft made ready to

";Manager H. W. Merrill /who has 'A short, exciting runaway occurred I rt'ars.\--1urlng\ ; which be had labored to flee and expressed the hope and belief ALABAMA, YOUNG BAPTISTS begin dredging operations within a -

: : been with tie Royal Palm for a number his afternoon about 2 o'clock when he,bejst of his ability and time tq the that the organization would iloorUb: IN I month. .

;: of. years;"Us very much gratifiedover one of Granger's horses attached to,I interest and furtherance ,of the organ- and be a credit to the city. He then CONVENTION Governor Broward and State ,Chen '1
GadsJen Ala. 4r- Several ban-
April
the seasons business, which he a light wagon dashed 'out from Court: !gation; ;,and as the board was to.be reorganized asked )Ir. Prout to the chair, but that Ut Rose were present! at the lanncdIng ;
annual
says was much better/than ever'be street into 12th and thence into Avenue he thought It best that new gentleman declined and requested Mr.: dred delegates to the conv n- which occurred about nooc, and .t

fore. The house was a'little alow /'In D, going north. At the cornerof men should be placed'at the helm, and 'Brow n to-preside through the meeting, ,tlon -of the Alabama Baptist YoungPeople's was successful In every respect .;

filling U9>than In seasons. past/but Avenue D and 11th street the animal therefore he desired not to be considered which he'did Union were .in attendance, The hull of the dredge is 60x112 feet i
this
when It did the crowd remained,longer made a turn west to go back to is a candidate for office.Slrrown's'remarks when the session was opened here ?.
Mr. W.W. Front the new The convention will In size, and It Is said the machinery :\
and larger than heretofore. and all able bat. In, doing.so the frontwheelslwere presldent.l I morning. list
thus< were well re- : Is one of Miami's leading there will be sessions to be installed will have a greater capacity
every
two days and
bands earingtor'and '
,were keptbusy' I torn loose from the "e- cetved'after! which %Ir. W. W. Front has always been foremost in Its up morning, afternoon and than any similar dredge ever I
", 'entertaining them. ,hide, thV body and rear wheels being was placed in nomination for president building and development. He owns workers evening constructed In the State. Governor *
Baptist frbm
Mr. Merrill will spend today and tomorrow left;.in the street. The animal eon- .'Mr. T: V. Moore making the large property interests here and is Many prominent of State in attendance Broward will come down again and '
all the
the final details of and: parts are .
arranging tinned onto the stable no farther nomlQ Uon. Several other nominations ; constantly enlarging and Improving.He and some excellent speaker will add be present when th,craft Is put to
the house when he wtuleave
closing big damage was done. jrere: made also and a number of was second president of the board -" the convention. I work on the project which U Just now !
for New York to conduct his own ss
,", citizen received complimentary votes.A six years ,ago, and is consequently I .:attating'and interesting the State.
hotel for the summer. j I motion was made that the nomlnatlons hell Sited to do honor and. credit to .5"
number of I the office force wentto TlMEGEErANNIVERSARY {
A Havana this morningon I | .0e made by secret ballot an but the office. I A SKYSCRAPER STUDY LOWEST HUMAN TYPES ;
) KeyWestand the there highest to be dropped after Mr Prout' Is also a member of the -- .
; the steamer' Shinnecock while I the fist ballot and the contest to center Board of Public Works anu Is doing'I l'ji:
others will Nassau this afternoon New York. April 4- Dr. Nicholas i ,
gocto i bp wIvallei ('(' them. The motion pre- yeoman worn in behalf of bettering ;'
Senn, of Chicago, sailed for
on the steamer Martinique.. Returningithey / 2F the public Improvements of the city. fOR KEY WEST today a
months'
for
four tour througn Africa
will north to fin positions at t
go /
I It sires clearly 'a Prout crowd for The regular meeting night was fixed '
different .resorts until next Season, Ion the purpose -of making a study of the
,/ the;; first bauot he received 55 votes for the second Monday in each monm lowest types of humanity to be found '
the them will.
when alt or majority of
wblleJthere This will! make -
here. J / /' was a scattering vote or the first meetingofthe I in the equatorial regions of the dark i '
.return MesBrjj Brown, Sewell,Watson, Moore new, organization next Monday '
continent. He will first to Lisbon
of the Royal Palm go
The closing TWENTY-FiFTH ANNIVERSARY OF J9bn Townley. Mr. Prout led at which will be .I
and I night a secretary ]
the of the season here- M.A.LOUIS WILL ERECT AT ONCE Portugal attend the annual session .
marks ending
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WASHINGTON'S INSTITUTE by such a large majority, that the motion ,|chosen and the president announce theI of the Medical Congress.' From therehe I
things will settle BOOKER T.
and from
down to a summer now-on basis though there ,la drop all but. the tnree high I standing committees for the year.! A MODERN FIVE STORY Bl Sl-i I II will cross the Mediterranean to Alrice I '
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are still a,greater number of visitors' BEING CELEBRATED I---* I NESS BLOCK OTHER INT R- and travel by caravan. and rail I )

here than ever before at this season PROMINENT EDUCATORS HERE ANOTHER SURVIVOR IS GENERAL BLANCO( DEAD\' I from northern Africa to the South'enj "1

of the year, all of the smaller hotels !\ "- I ESTING ISLAND CITY NEWS He expects- arrive'at Cape Town I :

and boarding houses being'well filled.! / "TAKEN i iI I a ter a journey of four months. !

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(COUNTY) COURT I I Tuskegee-- i L.f the Apr celebration-Todar:in is hon-the i CURRIERS MINE: I f' GOV. OF CUBA /' 'l Metropolis Bureau, I I PENN. MINERS I ,'

opening ay-.Q Key West, April- ". i I :'

of the twenty-ft annlversary o... the I M A. Louis, who lately bought be I

i' ; TOOK A. REf.E SS establishment of the Tuskegee Normaland ., ..{ valuable Catholic Church property) on'1 BEGAN RIOTING

Industrial Institute and everyoouy I Du\al street.is having plans and specifications .1 .1.1LAST
seems to be in a fever of excitement. Leges, France April 4-Another living "adrJ April 4-, General Blanco, drawn for what will be the 1

; 1 and anticipation. >survivor of the mine disaster at former! Governor General of Cuba, finest building Key West' f !. .

The celebration will last three days Currlfj-sxMarch! 10, was discovered I lied! this mornln'g. -" The building will be five stories high
thIs -horning{ and out of the with hundred feet front The ftrst
.will this evening with a brought one
MORNIN'G and begin wasaeut NIGHT AND ATTACKED THE
FRIDAY VER. t
UNTIL General Blanco to Cuba to ,
plus)
large meeting, which will be attendedby ter twenty-five days confinement three floors will be occupied bya

I DICT* FOR DEFENDANT ORDERED toe students, the members of the ,. succeed General Weyler, whose conduct department, store. The fourth floor GUARDS AT EDNA MINE-SOME i.
: and large number of Invited 'The,rescue of the man caused much in suppressing the rebellion previous will contain office rooms and a uluo
faculty a
;L TODAY BY COURT, CASES guests Including Andrew Carnegie excitement and as the news spread to the Spanish-American war, room. MINES IN, OPERATION. BUT MA. ""

Eiottof Harvard University rapidly through the region It caused shocked the civilized world. The fifth floor will be fitted up i s a '
President JORITY STILL CLOSED
; YESTERDAY I
s'r s't DISPOSED: : OF Secretary'of War: Taft. Robert C. Ogden aitreiue exasperation against the en- Blanco at once started a policy of lodge 'room. Mr. Louis :'

president of the Southern Education glneefs in charge of the salvage work. pacification but the Cubans did not an elevator service II

Board. Seth Low; and many other. State Engineer Leon was surrounded trust him and his experiences on the for the benefit o' the proposttohave :." '

men of distinction. by as-angry mpd who cursed him and island were not happy or pleasant He the upper floors. ,

(j". hearing the evidence la the Someof the Invited quests have already threatened bodily harm. The rescued returned to Spain when the war with The, building' will be Irwin Pa. April 4- The strikers J .'

arrived while Sthers are expected man,$| in an extremely precarious coq; the United States broke out anj con I every modern fighting for recognition on _of the union "I ::

of, the_8tatev_ !. .W:. /:. Smith, here thU' afternoon. )lr. Ofden.wbo dltlorf] from hanger, and suffering. : Mnued to reside here. install hilt own electric light plan la I began rioting last night and kept op ;:

charged,with:carrying concealed weapons -I Is also president'of.the Boardof a building in the rear. I I, a fusllade! all night with the guards at : ;

.Jr;ie Heyser In the County Court of the institute,'will bring tiONV.ROMF".s Mr. Jacob Llchovitz who has been ft he Edna mine. .

\ this tt.iralng directed the jury: to retire a DIW1Lier Trustees o. his ,friends from New AI } CLEARANCE with D. Weinstein for, the past four I[ No one was injured but the opera- 'iiPittslmrg

and biicgMn a verdict of not guilty as York on a specalUraln.| Among the years, as manager of the branch store,! II I tors will put on ::5 additional guards \ ;\

the,State had failed to make out its speakers who wUf' dellver addresses I SALE IS ANNOUNCED TODAY on Duval street, has been admitted 1 to I to protect their property from Invaa- ( ",i

cas during the three days of the celebration I a partnership in the business. !The I ion and damage by the strikers.. I
naiiie of the firm will be know as 1
A recess was then ordered taken until Includes beside'l.'those already 1
Friday" morning at'o'clock when mentioned.lbe following: Bishop .Wm. 1 ,' \Veinstein & IJebov'itz. II FEW MINES OPERATING "
hisanniversary I I| A 1Vulkoweky! is having wane ew IN PITTSBURCi DISTRICT '
mill
court*HI. "reconveneand'finish the CroswelL Doane, who preach J I l s
awning placed :around his ttore on the z
Dr. M.C.B.Mason --
1 sermon; V i
term. : BelteUng in advertising and know- the oldest established and largest 'I' of Smonton! and Fleming street)I
of alter of the < >rn< r April 4Io'e mines are
yesterday responding secretary
Cases disposed ; I I .
4 as follows: tug turn past experiences that it isI houses in the cify and back up everyone :! i Inch adds 'greatly to its appearan e. ,1 "I :.1,1): .;1 .d. :r. / ;, 'r
were
noon
Educa-tion '' : r made by producing the goods Just I I will be given at the
A concert
Will Motes and John Handley. charged $ the necessary, attributes uTbu f grand than yesterday though none of themhn'e
with stealing, were adjudged Dotl:1111.t Church of Cincinnati and many : they are represented. I old 1 Fellows', Hall Wednesday April a full complement of miners.Vo
/
pal
I Iotbers. In
the and- discharged Cues )uccess and especially erectin the &A today some Kpiendl4! bar. 14. for the benefit of the Odd Fell ws'I work Is lielns! done In the Inde'Tlfnt -
by jury I Ing \fjpeeial. sales, the well 1 known fur [ gains are"oner&d In suits pantsboots1lshtigi | odge. mines and the operators say

from custody.agaLJit Joseph 'Sweeneylarceny '. BADLY I and clothing house of Anthony-) i-nd-1\shoes trunks suit cases, hats. i The eminent violinist, Cassio C. hey have been closed indefinitely Its
Tti: t&Eeb .
., ; Sam Barron selling llq CONVICT < Uomjh Co., today make the announce- shirts, bo>'S'waists, ; and numerous 1 Ilrannan: In a chose selection of s.os, timated that the trorble among Jhf "
and BY
without license, werenolle DAMAGED. FIRE} i ienj-j pf their annual spring clqaraBce-, :tier articles carried, in stock Liberal I ti lH be assisted, In the best' talpril. 'inr'y > kcal miners hex a"roal' r'>st them' .1.rn
our a -ale;to u :our column advertisement in I < i-counts are given, on all cash par Il West, as follows: :Mr.tEarl Oil >. > hundred thousand! dollars. '
pressed for lack of .evidence.x, I V any Head of Stock and Farm implements th64letropoi i hazes and It\ will pay you to peruse I.n.I Mi' \iverlne Russell and LliSS \ ,

t Thomas Ingram pleads guilty'10 a l Were ConsumedB.rmlngham Thy: firm U too well known to need/ i lie ad. but better still go anl investiiatr$4uctlon I I':',iihl<" 'n \\iiHanis wltb'lIonK, .O WORK IN OHIO '
assault and was
charge; o aggravated i to the public of Miami I ate the goods and the prices at which Vis hula Rm-rf-11, solo pianist,
I' MINES THIS
I WEEK
sentenced'to .Ir'tfn :days tn, the I '
jaltI Ala', April 4- A spec ; aJt )ade county They are one of -sty: are offered. \'r! Matinee C, Ijntzen.loprfeij, pi I
county I
lal from Jackson Miss.; says that the : -i.t l and 1 acron:panistMr .
T. SIlcox. charged with usault'and 2'; : olnmbua, O April 4- Ko coal will .
battery. stood trial before Jury building of the State convict farm OEPEW SUFFERING STRAINs I J urged mental and pbisical! strain 1 I lauoN.U! : vocal!1 soloist : inert ,In Ohio this week accordingh

and received a verdict of not guilty. were partially burned this morning at s It-:;''H't him to recover and resume his I !Mfs'r trn..st A. R nolds! ,c >jrnet j I miners The'" miners sn.l oper-

liquor without a a loss oT$.5OJ0.\ :..1alol'ial Duties but a r-tH of several is'vi r Smit'i and .JOM'ph :Mar iccl, ; ,i-r>r-( ronfer at At hEas'next Monday
Will Cash. gelling
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license, case nolle*J>wsBed. ; Thirty horses four mules, a numberof i Physical and Mental from his : IUlJth Is mper.llIy :' I'arinef.I 'I i OH the rehult depends the Ono f .;.

Tim"Mucier, 'Wad gVty to a charge caj'le aju!! a large quantity of farmimplements 3* Over Exertions 'i]? ','rn Jl *h.ifr) ,-,-, f'u.hllulun ', ?u,.itlon. "

received were consumed The fire dt \V'"ITYI f: \1U! -V. l-ir"onf, :, ,
batterx\and '
of assault'and
< : Is believed to have been of Incendiary 9p FAST EXPRESS WRECKED |Pr I 'I F.llp'"< has !I.i'eh rr PI'1 '..".Y DOC" :DEWEY IS f.
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of fouls moo: Imprison
eeAtepce :- York, April 1- According .. 1 .
origin. \ !| IS REPORTED'BURNINGI 1 a v< 0' fiat i:apth.i !launchSTqCKHOLDEDS I I-- REPORTED, OFF '"MALTA '
ment in the county Jail \ "
tr 3ime this morning Senator Dettfiwho ..-.- .._- ,
Otto SUnpklBs petit larceny, got I .
r thirty days In'jalLM | I Mrs. Walter Cio'ts and daughter, left Washington! a month I xI orr(>lk. April, 4- A' ra.-t express :.""rUTHERN PAC.IFICf" '-"- w York, April 4A eab!"%nm to .

hiss Arel; of Cutler, are,visiting their KO:; : in the advice of his jfhyslclaa:willI \ 'rain on the Norfolk '& Western Rain. I M ET :,.. Hj-raU 1'rorn"Malta bavi that atss <;

-* ,R. G-.Sulz er has. 'gone to West cousin Mra. Nicholson, In this .city today ro|ably not return to the Senate;l.ur.,1' Ne.VVork.Aptil: !1 4-.Th annual e" .. message has been received<< I
Pal. Beach'for'a vis! to'\ mother. x i'ig;,the present term. j _,T 1 way, fifteen milts from 'here ran Into i I's of the ("plTi'i'! '!. r-> of the b >nth -". 'h" dry dock r>w
I -. t UAA Bailey has given ton menibbrof I ad open siding this morning. Seven n Pac1r,! P.aurloarl will he held ..re 11.est: o' :Alalta. M5'ins 'hat the ''l

)::: ltd:: Mrs. Eric Holmes will oc- :Mr. and Mrs Chas, Parry: left yes- stnator Depews family a statement doctors and wrecking crew have till,. aftirn' on I The financial! c ndi- .. .s utantalnlng a speed of 150

cnprfhe:; beautiful lAaOJs residence on tedaf for their summer home at.Phil r,'g'AIig the patient's condition la been hurried from_ here -It is not <<>.' f 'h*. couptnx !Is said to ue.atUfactorj verythat lies per day, ,and that: th- officers exi -

z 11th 't.reet'durtnK.the absence' of the adelphia. having made their regular whit he.arl; : "He'ls suffering from S I Known whether anyone was killed. It j and, it Is expected ."i 't the 'Ify.-dock to reach Port Sal4 ,l

latter family. winter sojourn here as usual. nerwus breakdown, the' result. of-pro-, is reported the train Is burning up. I' many improvements will be appro ed. ',hy Apr!! 15. All are well! aboard.

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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS NESDA :APRIL 4. 1906 ,
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\TneManon 'the '
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S. liOUO DE\X, S.EC.-TREAS I .
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the mani.aud oi.t1.-L: S. ..
The most Southern newspaper> pubfitLed on : i .

The Voluble Citizen was a little, bl and Furniture .
EXCEr": e UN..AYtlacvLATto. :
EVERY SAY I .
PUEUSKEO :
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: oft coin f. 'o to speak, different In afprarante
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months ......'.......... $l.U from hU u.-ual self when we .met las I '
yew by mall ............ $$.00 Three 'T' I
...... J.I9 weekfl by carrier .......... .10 night. ;ijl had never seen his condition, Will d't thirty :-
BU moattii .............. One be So Reduced Prices for
days
I just so!,before and I hastened to uk! :
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Advertising Rate, ,made known on application.pHONE' him aljut his! health and Incidental!; 1 I -r ... I.. .
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j. j 2'and '4MTweimi Stfta OpposlU ths'.Court Howe -It's.'thla' way," he replied "I have\i j..W.Watson u'.C JAvenue..Cq ;
been reading: dally for some time in : :
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: WEDNESDAY.. APRIL 4. 1904 the ''Metropolis of political announce ,
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I m"nta"r county commissioner. ,-Somi .
of &plrants have run, and run and
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AND CHIVALRY.A I .
GENTLEMEN run for?office In Dade county without
success but still running. :--- -- 'r \ -
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is thus quoted by the State.of Columbia .C: "Yon know evidently: believe in the golden motto:: *
southern'woman and Southern chivalry' when, If at JJrst JOB don't succeed, try, try ,
one hears so much about Southern gentlemen and chh'alry'til fiction.. Of asain.'ijnd the fact of so much run : BISCAYNET' AceLgIiiias'I

i. as a. matter ol fact gentlemen: are exceptions. ning aid: sd many;wanting to be com I .

course, I allow a few exeeptl ls." .".* r mis loaer. sex me to guessln' what I '
comment And studying the subject and there M In the office, anyway., 1 nave '
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The State, makes this : aftpr I / I "
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DRUG/ t .
\ / honorable capaciiiei lost allot of sleep and est over' it; bu *
who in professional
bearing the,'complaints 'of women. one U aupei.ei I sttn Jstill'Jn the dark=-...., far from Th. coming light for dwelling: storm houla. Better than .l.s. j : F'
., travel through the South, as recorded In tne State.yesterday fathoailnp the mystery as ever-am COMPANY J trlelty! and as chap as- oiL No lamps to *1 an. No danger of sir ;
travelediiall
to admit that the above opinion u/ Southern woman .who has .that'sytthat makes me look softer pe-', '. ,tloslon. NO EXTRA INSURANCE. ::/U ALWAYS READY 'i. ,
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That verdict Is not pleasant -,
-hai too much foundation kid nut Ute gills
of this country '
parts .at-lesst'e'very one hearing 8<; Eagle 1 '' nerators'v
AUTOMfTIpj
accepted
to hear. It -will not be generally -,.$j"Noaj :
will-Immediately vote himself one of the 'exceptions.: Nevertheless, ",erg: i it : :'lpr Instance, there'sr- well': ,
It tbat support in South-Carolina, North tar I I woaJ2ca"; 1 any names- running for''I .... unequaUd., Over 20,000, now >,Id und.r aii -.lIeoIllte) );
t have recently been public acts count] ?commlsfioner, and incidental!' GUARANTEE. I IWINDMILLSr :YOU, ARE NOT SATISFIED
and It is- weII'that the degree of truth It contains be recog' the, spending t. l' "l '
,.; .: olina and Texas running: .about county
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zed."' : -' much:.:valuable .time and mdney trying MedicineIn PUMPING:EN.INE1r, ,
.l I Vfetheryo ''
cbivalrl'Shakespeare says:: I IL nominated for office that : ;
What is Southern to gt J an
gentleman :
i What,Is a rKS.AND
; "The gentleman Is not 'in 'your_books" Another woman has said 8ay'g that, "gentlemen"the prince<<: are of so the m.iig ch.say"there 2r diem' is and nothing mileage In bu the( : medicine, be careful : Thos W. ( x 566,,MiamiYoungs' !

i, darkness id a gentleman.' he' Southern who sum total not tl Ttn,ufflcIcnt In a tear''.
exceptions and chivalry is fiction" may be too discriminating! qr without: to iiax for' the soleleather.they. will in what you buy and t

She have exaggerated idea5 and exalted ideals "Col wear fiat or the clothes they will'ru.ilwhileVfjfcoliciting I ,
4dlscrlminitlon. may where buy it. It Is
:As to chivalry, the suffrage of you Pharmacy
Carter. fJf.Cartervll1e'may be her Ideal of a' gentleman. thei 4
'dar'Pt'oplcl': sir, 1 can't
Spaln'irhrtalry.a : I onlv that .
ls said to pare laughed not important
It depends.upon the point o.:: view. .Cervantes uules-eU accept the Idea tnat all these h (
'1. y. Don Quixote waXchockfull.oJ; Chivalry. In the old data candidates are running for. Is just to i you get the best val INCORPORATED "

.. of 'the South there "asa' somefchat Exaggerated spirit of chivalryrand tljer< be; running and 'Decauseibey think at !II ads, but also that i
sulh'to Theftmiy they stand any chance you ,
-, Who hare -*>ubUes4 proved satisfactory as is one ;,
'A" gentlemen would .
.. were n = tlDgf to Deflected to '\\'!hat's the%xpegaebill goods,that give r A '
c South get
the female'critic above quoted'he' made a specialty prod @i3'b\v.--._ .... you .Drug Store for The PeopleThat's J i
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f, :gentlemen r:.In; .those\ days and there. were no finer anywhere. Sin then 4? 1..; satisfactory results; we

times have cnan8ed'aomewhat.'an 1 ma urs have changed with fhMdf )jell the last exclamation the pfd have a reputation for I : t
f' But.we still have gentlemen ve.ma nly and generous-gentlemen who fellow?chueUtd1. 1 had hot heard the our motto and it Has be n the means of adding hundreds .

I honor and revere woman who lead. .honorable lives,'hive practical.common phrasl: In 'a good many years, but it I : furnishing"satisfactory I of new customers to I jour 1 list. Je11\\ only the purest .,

!' ,- sense, even If some of them are'iacking, la those civilities. refine' ents.eonr. nttedln: pretty well He expectorate' and Reliable Goods. drugs. All prescriptions are filled by registered pharmacists
those a fe* times and then said: I I .....:
'" tesles and outward graces! that are so.attractive and pleaing to who |K, I : We also carry the finest sodas and lce-.cream i in the cit '

.are easily Influenced: by superficialities. Fewer gentlemen wear* ruffled, "Dloyou: ;; see Taylor Merritt' si r-1 I 't ,

;K" r !''shirts and more wear jumpers'than ever before but gentlemen fare' found day rtiorning? Well if you did not 1 2 Doors North of Postoffice .
'over this country and the South has:more than ever Before and as many alright and I won't tell you just ho t
j.Ml and and'story he looked; sufficient being that be I FINE CANDIES
legend
t : gentlewomen II.-U.the.--'eDUema of tradition and song Y'E.. Y0imgsJPres.
% wefit;:to the woods after the Cracker I f' .
wb'o'w... his guiding f AND CIGARS. ,
gentlewomen !
\c,'.' has dls ppe :redWhat bat become of the vote Fir: clerk of the circuit court ''re ; '

.tar"W taken her,placet and I know Its bit -
;' the new woman He carried a grip I' :;
," '. r ____ ownIor I (saw him buy It, and his blcycte CANT' BE' BEAT ,
: REAOI' ) and his general appearance war In spring.. .time- the boaeaft' .does '
.;. '-' ,;- WHAT. A BOY SHOULD* that.of one who was .going'to stay iwhlle :Te1.3, Cor. 12 St Ave. D her- spring cleaning the farmer does),
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This 1s the 1lst'that President Hancher of.the Iowa" Wesleyan University,, 'to the northern part: of the I x' + their best It's to.wHh ns. WenmrPLUMBING' :
,. county and will start there to work
Central Christian Advocate, when asked what j attempt a
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cave to Editor Spencer his rajback to Miami"by wheel NO t
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f books a. i.U 1I tPi-Ofti&b17rea.l: ; a.1, .*road q? Bstorpath' will lit overlooked We.;:areNow-Ready. hurnlsl f JOB
'-L the boy were really a boy. say twelve to.eighteen,. with the average and when he enJs upln Miami without Intention of doing work that

advantages of such a boy; I .should--place In Us hands .Ernest.'Thoriptoi igalnjhe expects to have.ihe'clerkshlibuttonedjup --- Tribune SnellI I ii can't be beat". There's plenty of
Irving In .his vest pocket. ;' spring plumblng'to be done find thafB
Seton's books; The Sky Pilot.by Ralph Connor; Eben jiolden. by KH.1 .
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:,: I why we ask tor'1Our: bnslaess. Get
Lonuf' Doone. Blackmore Tom Brown's School Dajs at Rugoy. '
Bacheller; ; by ; Hete begrew ablt confidential and I and .othermakes ti't oar good work Prices no bl&'her'other.
Tom Brown at Oxfordand Bunyan: Pilgrims Progres' ; and I should de A bettered\ it gently to me.:that they ..

termlne what other books to give him by noting the effect of these. If.hIs could'talk all they wanted' about campaigning "L07 H. P. SCRUGGS.S1I .

a young man, sixteen to twenty-three years, with more.mature thought, 9n4 making! the boys that live _of 'Bicycles A
hero-the' trees wayeth think astheyfthlnk.alon \D
A pine
I should place 14 his hand Tom Brown at Oxford; When Knighthood'waiIn I
; Bout! election'.time.
,Flower,by Edwin Caskoden; Oature.and. Character.'ac Granite Bay,- by but that)! Ord Alan; Merritt, has.the most. ----- '
Bishop GooJse!!;::quest of John Chapman, by Xewell Dwight' Hulls;, 'The j of "tia: skinned aruile and that be will .

.' Making of a Man, br Lee; Lectures Young Men by Beecher; Three Great eomJ1fhack with just about ,what he -- "

in the'case the boy, I would note tient4fter. "You mark the prediction."
Vlrades.. by Lorimer; and as of younger '

the effect of these and determine further. History and blograhpy should'b.,. 'be.slUi Font ;
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Dallas Landontpany\
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'nditlon. ripe." "
'- employed as soon as ,c are ,
'- "Bijt' gay, do you know' Gene Dim. :
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H you don't: see the kind 'o'weather' You) want.-;, 1t for It. ?' -, .

.. I If terdit: j that If he could get 00.11'o(
Mr. : memory :little two 'to! one that he would bet on Gene The bicycles l and other
All : RoK/r-fieeded for refreshing his wars a more '
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J Unnftfs In the first:primary; and IfI --goods are.the best standard .
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time. .i i path t been called little thafbet.bit scared This I wouldlavejSjust fel- goods on the market Has (0 its listsI

Steve Elkin'r effort to look as though' he would, not know' .a railway If' t low teemed to know what he was I

... .-'-he saw'one. does not carry conviction. '*'Jf ; alklng about-and I guessed the best Hartford and other Tires. I I
< ,': hlag/or me to do was to get more la-: Coaster Brakes fitted to old

,Kew. ,Tork and Philadelphia' have reduced_ the price of gas.but what the ormatlon on this race before'covenngtnybody'a .wheels All *guaranteed- '. particui.ljly attractive sites for ;

:conn try generally[ .pjmse> to bear'.bont.,11. reduction In the sizes:,of thestory :%;: money... ;. w both resideface and business \. ,I "
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Best new wheels for rent23112th purtment
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.. ': ... GetUnJ.; onto another tacjc my friend [
<:' : .... .. took at -upon himseU to Interrogate : Street. Blue Front at poses. An inve$ in Miami real '
H abounds ln ',' '"tt bat been.attained only by the exhibition of the sagacity and courage which riend; George .Worley candidate for estate is safe; $ of quick returns'ure '

,has demonstrated d the good breed of the man. He has gone from'the be.gfnntng leprrientatlve from this'great and Carroll & Clark. ,
rowing'county -of oars Is getting tobe ,t ,
: clear on to .the end without taJ erlng... l
some 'pumpk'ln'slnce he got out for :
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tJtat', and Is In demand else
& ce;
The Railway Age:Is authority! :for, the statement that there! will'be the rhers? Well! he Is. and I will tell JOHN B. REILLY.. J. C. INGRAHAM..

greatest railway activityof, years In this country during this year. Many fOU :irhy and how.", A few days ago I ,

of the.new lines! to be built are,to extensive' u to add materially:to the mileage 'te received a telegram .which ran like Money TO Loan Agent Fort Dallas Land ; Vlce-Presldentport Callas ;

) of the country and some of them will require several years to complete his :'Fort Myers"I Fla. March'14. 0.L : ;/.j
Worley, Miami Fla.- ,Will, you Miami Florida. Land"Co. St ,Augustine
them.. These additions will aggregate least 13.000 m1e" of rack. The omet: ; re and speak for us In favor j Company :. ; : -1 1I

: State Washington headssthe list 1 with. one thousand. miles'and' Florida isi of thfe;;Wetz. Answer/ won't givedesigner's ;
seventh with 100 mflem. name because he Is known I .j

i: here, .lUId might feel embarrassed. But ,
On Short'or Long Time :
":Pre.tdeDoa1Yelt is.said to' i delighted with the way In ;'which Sena- do jtty suppose Mr. Worley accepted .

r TlUman! is handling the Tate )l Ill In the debate now In progress In the he tovltarlon? Well he didn't I
on'ft'know just what answer,he sent, Easy Payments Contractors Property OwnersIf
nate. Tillman lad the, President have not spoken I !' to each other In 'two' rat'r ee he Is. still here and It Is reported -
T ara Tillman never goes tote White House. He wax once invited to a that he said something like /i

dinner hens;,and.then requested!! 'to remain away after ifs and!'Senator .McLanrin hI.;VPolltlcg force me to decline your I t ,

.. had had'a fight In, the Senate Chamber. Yet the two are now workIng '\Tnd:.offer to address your people audthen1we you don't want to EVE MOtfEYJ

'' together, and the President> Is applauding the Senator's management of (:"'onle'; over are and wet join enough us. In We Dade.have Dade,Go. Security Co: we cant help you. I if you do, come,to (' ,

-the raja hUL A.few days ago Tillman declared he was "cornfield lawyer" 'oon;|for all of you and enough heajche .

and'the President thinks "cornfield law" is a phrase that will live. A ;'producer is .for sale to supply ._ ___ ,d ',_ ._ ,
Roosevelt'and Tillman combination affords a curlcus situation. : the !{tate.' What do you think'of that? !
MdnA George tell the truth There; Av [cDomll (
-. I. not; any lie about that. : Johnson &Tompkins Tre .( Co.Ind .
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Live Oak Is singularly tree from knockers, and to this fact and the further t I

fact that we have no local feeds or factions here to hamper and JIscour- "I';Sear It rumored around that there j ,

age enterprise must be largely' attributed the remarkable growth and prosperity ;i I. gtrttig to be "something doing" at Handlers of 5 arty 10 cent good Buy V Building Material .

of our city If there ,'s one active knocker in the town we commend Ft. bauderdaie tonight; '. They say I In 'tin, granite, wooden and I /1

to his consideration the following from an editor up In Iowa as a 'dose that : the Orator o' the Rockies' is going willow ware.Also rugs, mats, Long Leaf Yellow Pine i and Cypress .
to plve the wool hat
I boys a spiel. Ilon'3tnow I
may be good for his complaint: "'ThelOrrleat, man on earth Is'the fellow who whether this Is true or not. soaps, brushes. etc.. Notionsfor :

will sit around and cuss his own town. If.I lived astride of the north pole I byt t jinyone can tell! .by 'watching: the ladies and ge.' men : : .

T, I would call It home and be ready to boost It up. If'l could not say anything ]. bens to the north of Miami' this I of all kinds :

: nice about it I would say that my Ice bill dldnt come high. I would 1 renhig. If the sky presents a ..umlbu < _

"to.taYI 'a town I had to cuss-not,while the world II,a. big as It is nowt ,, cast don't Jump to the conclnlonnhat 5'10c Y1

i -Live Oak Democrat Live Oak is Indeed fortunate, and ,we wish the samemold i I ; it, or is the the Poinciana aurora ooreatlshendinenon on'fire,'' Ve- also sell Lime, Brick! : (Rinds), Cement, .Sash Doors) 3

be salJ of Miami but alas and alack it can not. We have quite a few but 'r.1uat calm yourself. by the quiet- Mouldings,and whatever t else a builder requires }'

-r each people and ,strange to say everyone of them are doing well and prospering I ig'assurance:,: that It is only theJnde' at lowest possible figure. !1
through the Influences that brought them here, and which still remain, opening the campaign anu Variety Store ,
'llltig the wool hat boys where he's i
'the,backbone of the town. To them we commend the utterance of The Iowa,;' L-jfe Where We Are 14th zi
You Know Street. Miami
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Don't- Get Caught on a '\ r.; t.., ,

POllticaly. .

fishing Trip Without I .


Enough TackleSOME .' Announcementsi i '. 1 r.

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FISHERMEN CATCH.MORE Anncralicruiiroi* under this br1diull"I,
will br Ip.erted' until after the IVm- .
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critic Primaries. .in the Daily MetrunoIH -
1 FISH LARGER FISH AND MORE for fly; W..klIrropuill'. *5.U8.or I
in both Hie Dally and Weekly Me-
VARIETIES of FISH than OTHERS ;' trooolujior *1000.Positively. I

: ,ECA SE THEY GO ,PREPARED be laocrUSI w. nnleo auae accompanied!)\ouncemeotw by t!lecab. \\Ii i II __ ___ __ _.

\ } >, .. _. FOR ALL EMERGENCIES ::4; : I .

Wearing] the I j Or ,
/ For Representative. Ti= '" 1 your last
Mia SpoUiog Goods Store .1 hereby!: announce, my candidacyfor l > j .
the UBosition of, Representative _.oldDerby or' It's. Summer'sStraw "
t 1 crow' Doae, County. To 'you-I tub- .y i: '1'
1 mlt toe question of my qualification :
'- 30512th STREET. rf nominated to represent! yon the In Democratic that capadty.primaryand U : Soft Hatyet Straw. Hat \ 'j'F ,i

,. ; elected at the general election I :
f C R'Y''A FULL ASSORTMENT OF shall,Jerote my test effort to your I -- time! : ; :': : ;
r THE BUT TACKLE MANUFACTURED service aadltb.! welfare *nd up-build ? ..
L l*. L". MADE TO CATCH AND HOLD I ing of Dade county shall recelre my II ? / 'I. ,1-1
earnest rpnitderatlon.j --- t ... ... .
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Respectfully / I I" ', I
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Marble &s&c-( E"For Representative. re losing-money in either case: You'll.J!J
Southern Tb the People of Dade County: I td

.I'... "'. ,.'" .* r *- s_;-HOGAN-.H..adau STREET.rt.r JACKSONVILLE..for )'X 7 At desire thqr to''request serve'you of friends In the.State'and witha LegIslature pew one ;sooner or 1 later, J.afid. the 1 [( ): .
:t, .=I announce1' myself a candl Pk V322
. u(ding Stone' ,.. Marble, etc. date for primary,4hls office) to subject be held to In the May.Democratic ))6ner you buy the more :you II]! gqf out of it )c? _


M .S IC:.' AND TILE I WORK the I respffctfully people! o* Dade solicit county the support and, 01 It WI''very ', !

ft '. _, ..JI'OR. FLOORS. BATH,ROOMS. MANTELS. ETC. elected ly discharge I-a; III the faithfully! duties and of Impartial-I'I {f.i. : "
MoauneatC General.,Ctmettry .Work, eta and willjdo all In my power for yonr, ;
Prompt Service.FIITTY best interest and welfare.. I frust <*/ '
L t rk UnciceUed Facilities; Ito Ftacior. Every kind that Good
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have th!,:,,pleasure of meeting the .
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public questions and define fully my 1 "

: :BROTHERS' position Irecoghize.the'.:in reference fact tnereto that a public' "' 1. 75c to $3.50 or: up to! the 'Pa'n nas to $7.50Don't : v

;: office 11va% public trust and should I, t. .. .
you honk me frith yo&r ttote. I will '
: Marine, ShopAgents highly appreciate Vour. your jon tlence. and I believe there's 'another sue i showing ,
11'11I. be loyal to Interest.fi'
: choice straws to be found- all and blocks !
Respectfully, new,, nobby .
f fob the ''New'ra Gas Engraes. Gasolen Sf,, \\ G. A. Worley. I ,,'" I. ,. ,

and kerosene engln pairing a SPECIALTY ; t.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court ,
General Repair Work Belie ring that my services.focxthe .
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past five:>'ears,as pile potvin the
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SOS SEVENTH STREET i MIAMI, FLORIDA! office otUie Clerk of theXJJMU I Court '

\ qualifies{me for the posiubq. I here
Rhodes
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with respectfully announce my candidacy RW01
WmGurry'sSons: \ lot(Clerk of the ,Circuit Court,
subject to the approval'' o. the .Democratic ; ,
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t i.j' \"' key WesJt., FloridaHEADQUARTER w r a' I 1B. 0. lltt&' ,

La POM H For CwretyClerk Clothier, Furnisher; and Shoe Dealer )

J Ship Chandlery Building To-the Democrats of Dads County: f f.Don't
I takijthf6: method'of &UGGJaC1q fl

:,_ Materials: : Of All-:;Klnds.:' my dark candidacy,' abject for t..Uw Ue dice action of County of the I. forget; tiie Number .' Twelfth Street Miami flora '

t' 'G.al" rid Ice, Stem. mari' al1".p. 1Iac:111.. Stopa.F.rtsss ', --. Democratic:'a4y support. primary:that an*-...my will triads appreciate ; I i i ,

'. Boiler*' I cin ''done''attte can. gin me.' Respectfully t
s r Allkdad*.e4replrW,: 6taat FittiBg M .
t Z. T. Merrttt .
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hottest notice,la the_best posstbl manner by erjSrt_ skilled'meekanlc j : \ .l '
t For Tsit Coliietor. I II I Commissioner IUbject'to .thjiacttoeof 1 conntjv; ocan<,aj&for him i
r :For County Clerk hereby' announce myself u a amdlJste -i h the Democratic primary' and solicit the hearty support gcid citizens:
With'.ppredatloD' of the high 1. for tike jBfflee of tax collector'of : the support of my DemoeratiD at the coming primary.
obii honors.ked for and promising faithful Dade county subject to he action 1 I friends (Signed) W.'J. Shone i
MeyersContracting, c s on', performance of duties If elected,; 1 of the Democratic primary. x E. 0. TweedelL B.,S. Potter
have the honor to announce myself a. Thomas J. Hardee a J- I.. Gep. Richardson

: Electricians candidate for the office of Clerk of theCircuitCourt \ ,FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER /I 1Committee.. t
of Dade County and ask 1
; For Tax Collector i District No. ITo
., for in the FOR.TAX ASSESSORTo
you rote primary of May
: To the Voters of Dade County: the Voters of Dade County:
"1019 Ave. D I li i Florida 15th. g J. F. Jaudon. : I hereby announce myself. a can1 I hereby announce myself u i candidate the Democratic! Voters of, Dade
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; dldate for renomlnatlon to the office for renomination to the office .
For Clerk of the Circuit CourtI .:' I will be a candidate f e-nomination
Iof| County Tax Collector,.subject to of County Commissioner In District
i hereby announce myself as a candidate the action of the Democratic. Primaryto 1 No 3. subject to the action 'of the at the comlnrJ4bmo for Clerk of the Circuit Court be heM May 16. 1906. Democratic primary ejection to tie for the office of THi Assessor and respectfully
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snbjecifto the action of the Democrat.I T. N..GauUer. held May 15th. 1906. solicit your support
3eeDr.Burnham ic primry.tH T. A. Wlnfleld. .I O. Bntler.A11d.
| Hutson B. Saunders Jr. 1- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER i I
West Palm- Beach Fla. District -
I Second FOR COMMISSIONER i
I :To the Voters-of Dade County: 1' District No. S 1 1I
:.The Miami Surgeon and.Specialist For County Clerk I hereby announce myself as a can- i To the Democratic Voters of Dade I
I take! this method of announcing j Jldate for nomination to the office of I County: |
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U area sufferer<,'fom any Chronic Disease, Ulcers, ,Tumors, Cancers -' myselfTas a candidate for the office county commissioner In District No. 2,I| I take this method o" announcing :
you of Clerk of Court for Dade County subject to the action of the Democratic ',
my candidacy for the office of county
Catarrhal Diseases of Head, Throat
or any Blood Disease subject;to the action of the Democratic Primary Election to be held May
commissioner from
District No. 3, subject
Stomach Bowels, DvspepsiaIndige, Rectal .W,' Geo. B. Baker. I
Lungs, or prlmarf P. Hahn. 15th, 1806. to the action of the Democratic(
.. Diseases Female Diseases v d| I primary. On account of being engaged 1U''
Fer Clerk of the Circuit Court FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER' in vegetable growing It will be impossible r
All Latest E1ectrlcal Aids. Homeopathic Medicines To the;Democr :'tc Voters of Dade District No.'4 for me to make'a personal r
!. County: The friends of A. Lee Allen desireto canvass of the county, my crop demanding
remedies for vori, I hereby present my name to the' place his name before the voters my attention just at this J
&rrejatock"C.Specf Special : .
and- "a. ( ; prepared, ; voters ln the coming Democratic pri- of Dade County for the office of County time. This being the case I earnestly I-$ \

Ladles Maid in Attendance mary,, a.candidate for clerk of the Commissioner subject to the action urge all my'friends to Jo what they
Always cJrcu1t!court for Dade county. of the Democratic primary election can ID. my behalf. : .
Having resided for to be neM Hay 15. 1906. .
nere twenty-dv
in Metropolis Building. From 9a. IlL'to 4p. m. Sun. excepted COMMISSION5th meats
Upstairs In the of
years jt Invite Inquiry and InTesttga/- FOR COUNTY selling as wen u laother" _
; tlon of those who do not know me per FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER District
sonally::as to my reputation ..a cub: District No. 4 things It's 'the quality of oar
Mr. Kirk Munroe.of Cocoanut Ofoye.

!i: iF YOUR AUTO 1S.IN,TROOBLEI I CAN FIX IT Isen.past and my re-or my J fitness as an and official competency la years him The as friends a candidate of J. J.for Holly County announce Commissioner laving county been commissioner unanimously by nominatedfor a mass ,meats that, wins new frle.D4i and patrons '\

.for th* office to which I aspire.If la District No. 4. subject meeting of citizens, we' hereby, announce very,day. By the way,,have rose
; J elided I promise fair and courtson' to the action of the Democratic PrI- his
Tire:Troubles' are Cured. or i treatment candidacy-subject to tae ever.trled) us on an order for roast
to every citizen at thelands
.mary. action o' the Democratic primary. :Mr.ilunroe V t j
r o' new ones Sold. Can for hire.. : I pf every person connected with -.. 1 has been a resident Dade beef We offer the. best Florida and
; the office., '
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERSecond county for more than twenty years,
Soliciting the support of every voter District during which.time'be has shown Jan Western beef to'be had. ,
;'C'R.; Zaciarias who considers me competent and capable Frlenda of William Helm, announce unflagging zeal In the cause of good fj* *"*
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: r : r Daniel's Block !Si!1;?am respectfuUyrx Eugene H. Dlmlck.Wesl his candidacy for county commissioner roads, and has steadfastly promokedevery \. B. DQ ne. Prop.
? Miami from, the Second district. subject to fee worthy Interest of our mat
; Palm Fla.
Beach.. - I.
." WJl\ action of. the Democratic primaries.
'i EM"Ball Block. A...U7 Park N.J. \ For County Treasurer Mr. Helm Is a successful businessman. "
.enthusiastic for good roads, a Utoce
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To theVoters of Dade County: first-class civil engineer, and well Magnolia y Co.
I
hereby announce myself as a can
r dJ.latf!,for renomlnatloB to the offlc equipped to fill the office. .

1 :Lofton L & Einig actiottof of county); the Treasurer Democratic subject Primary to the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER F. H. WII4TON I Manager' l|I

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4 election to be held May lEth. INK.3J -Ttrst District I .
C. H. Raolenoa.Miami. .. t respectfully announce myself asa I
Fla. candidate or the office of county If You Drink () Drink '
Coffee.
('1'l1 commissioner)for the First District .6ood' (Coffee)

: ,. ,MachineShop liFor Treasurer subject to th action of the Democratic -
County 15.
primary of May
\ lA: cross The Rivers To Having the l. Voters been of Identified Dade County with : Dada' Jupiter. Fla. Harry DuBols. Our Fort Dallas ,Coffee'
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county: ; since 1895; having done the : '
-e L very :test I knew how as an individual COUNTY COMMISSIONER .
1 FOR
citizen to make It 1
aprospeotucount l
.; Will'"'repair i your engtne'n short} notic of the*.; county having and lived havingfilled at both ends'a To the Democratic Second District Voters of Dade Is generousy: good. It ,excels in strength and aroma.' It Is

ti. Expert Men. We public;office so that the people nujrknowi. County: 'resh roasted every week. This Is our special j brand. We recommend -
'can .whether I hereby announce myself as a candidate : it. We could do
., I do)ieo conscientiously not j to this if lit was not good.

dynamos;/ cojls.Jlugs., .batteries wire for. I the tow efflce offer myself of County u a Treasurer candidate: for from the office the'Second of County District Commissioner Try It If you'have not done 'so. Our tea, spices 1 extracts, soaps

screws ches subject to the Democratic primary.I of Dade county subject to the wU] and groceries as a,whole possess special merits and valuss,that I
sw -' need every vote that I can get and of the Democratic voters as expressedat are worth while; \ are better than others. .We ,want
{ tmst"that my friends whether In the the, coming primaries. guarantee
; JF city JOT country will not forget me Paul C. Jones. your trader We satisfaction or your money ec4":
pn the day of the primary In return West Palm Beach. Fla Order. by phone or come to the store and investigatesCorner '
Lofton
; 'for which I promise, if elected to I ,
& Einig perform the duties of the office withas FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERFifth t I ;
much courtesy, accuracy .a.1 District
'.' .' promptness as I give to my private hereby announce my candidacy foi Avenue D'and Fourth Street
,. ; 0 .... Gest G. Cnrrle. renommaUon to the office of County : I, '

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:: Souvenir.'Post cards LARGEST! 'LI'NtOF: SOUVENIR\SPOONS' -- Watches and JewelryREPAIRING


: J To-Select'"from in Florida at i

20 cents dozen 1WHALER'S : :

EESTORE
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[ Toyn Topics ,- Are prepared I to execute i. ;i i J

in. theirMillinery
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For f e convenience of customers liv- order ,

ing out of the. city, we pay particular Department=
. mall. You can Supplits for Keys '- 'removed to this place. _She will return !: ,
attention
tanking by Stedfner Biscayne left till m tnig afternoon. The Louise will ,
mall your deposit to us from your own for thkeys; with a cargo_ of supplies then lay up for some repairs, cater Designers of the latest Spring style {ats ;
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and re"- for the=different camps.'Broisltr which Me will be taken to NewYorkfor I in silk dark straw and light'weight
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postoffice immediately
upon eneral overhauling and the fitting : materials.. I ., ..
L E Ceipt of it a"Savings passbook"will wants to Hit your property' ; bf a new engine, after which she]I I I ,.
be issue 'and mailed to you: I j will ye placed on the market for sale I
m ano /er and more adapted yacht for i Ladies Tailor Department
Still Taxes ng
Receiving
: We pay 4qer cent: per Although the city tax books closed the*local run being purchased and i,I I
r brought here next fall. '
; annum_ compound quarterly'1 last Saturday afternoon Tax Collector For street, carriage and evening costumes,, p
Kellu "s still receiving taxes and will waists, tailor and '
: $1 will Start \n Account. continue: to do so 'or a few days yet. BRO3SIER, means MEAL ISTAT&.I{I gowns _: ,l. "

f.. 'If you rave not paid already now Is the j j I 232 Twelfth Street, Miami : _
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:- -- time ifc'do:; so. Another Woods \
For the third FII'e'I I I -. t .J..t 1_t' oX

!' Two!lurnlshe.l; rooms for housekeep than as many weeks the Bre department I! '
ing. JlOO Atcnue G. I was called out this a/t",rnoon at i i '
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;!I-- Capital $50,000 I ,, -- 1:10 o'clock to extinguish 4 woods fire;I
-4 t J Off Oi*:Cruise at the"corner of Avenue C 'nd F1'st :. \
], Genial Snattue and Mf.N.M.George adept No damage esult"d l
Surplus and Profits $ 11000I : will pet-;\ away this afternoon or tomorrow ;, I I
I niii'miug atw a'ru the fO 'm r's OneyacfttaHuokeye.'Jor Buy Yoir aster SHit
I Seventy thousand budded !
orange }
Deposits $350,000 ; an extended cruiseof I ;
I" seVg tal weeks'io the lower east. and and/grapefruit trees for sale Prices i _
west gbnsis for tarpon. .", from',!lS to 50 cents. Send for price
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1)1 1 I USjp of nursery stock. Soar Brothers,

f"Th.e. first Nato BankTELEGRAM cA horses Fo|iEaleFour;at a bargain.mules Call nj-at threw 'I t jfjit'e River Fla. at the Miami 'Clothing' (Company) ,

I McXel.)} Livery Stables, 15th St.
.: Atendt&. D.Roamer .. once'j Suits Flied. \
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; :: : ; v New suits have been filed with the and save ; two dollars ,
H Will Go North county clerk as follows: Edwars Gott )
1 The 4iandsome yacht Roamer owned I fried vs. F.V.. Hahn and H.> C. F t tThese y-
< by Colirtiiodore and Mrs. H. C. RoomeIs I Roome, enforcement of lien In the sum "
: the Seminole Club dock being 'of $1T3;, and W. R. Jackson and C. M. you! trousers
{ lyinffat two dollars Mill secure an extra pair of a pairof
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jirjjpared IB be sent north for the Horton v* \\ Prout et all, foreclosure '.
dress Shoe? a fine felt hat. Below '
sump .I'. where she will be used by her of mortgage. or ( ,re a.

'j. owner. ;who wUUfollow: at a alter ..ate. 4 few specials for this week. i,
'j : The 11lill will be, returned here next Brossier wants to list your property I' .'
\ ; fall : I j"
: *Los{Angeles. Cal.. March 3, 1906. Smooth weave blue Coarse weave.blue
-- affdClean fcerye: snits single i serge suits regular
i ". cotton rags at this A-Bay Experience $12 $9
'"'' office.! Yesterday Captains Bob Denny sad breasted sack.satin price of thesentuits
f --v f IN"&: Dick Aughenbauch, accompanied by i lined, reg.pricel4 ,1 is 11.00, at;5. 4.-,' ,
x ResultS,firtday: midwinter races yesterday "1 their families went down the bay to I
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Masoni BanquetedBisc7ljne 15 ounze black clay Dark 'gray''flannel ;
t REO smiles Bay Lodge No. 124. F. St: spend the day. On the return trip suits satin lined. $12 I F suits regular price'$10 M
touring car won two events. making and when near Cape Florida the' engine .
A. M I.banqueted at the, Iroquois last went the bad regular price $14.00 $12.00 only a few, b
and could be
: *'in six.minutes lour; and o e-fifth seconds. Also dulgetfflbe nlgbtnd about del/cloul forty-five, and members tempting in- made to work.to A night on the not bay
< Mine was staring them in the face, but the j 16 black ; Light .k dark. .
spread Host Davidson
prepared ounze
>> by clap: grey;
made fastest mile: of any stock canon track, one yfbe ban uet was indulged alter old adage that "necessity is the mother j I suits. Have never '$9 and tan'cassimere $7 ;

-v ** l '' : the regular) .meeting i I of The; lodge at of invention.: was brought Into play.It sold for. less .than; salts in. single'and._
I minute; nme'antf four'fifths seconds.tnr3sf which several members were give de- was necessary that they get the $11.00at ... .....'..:.: double breasted$9 at
grees.Jp The lodge is in a most flourishing women and children ashore out of the : I t:.. : }
wind and weather and the skippers '
J ood dn. ,-* I
I. 1'';:'? : c? ''J: r tr'-'ussrag* ". .. -i, /- i *r after putting their head together rig Don't Miss this* Opportunity: of supplying yoarsdfith 4

:Miami''Automobile Co.' BrsM wants"to list your property ged this a navigated small but the effective launch sail to,Cocoanut and with 1 seasonable clothes at extraordinary low''prices t tI

r Build j Grove where the night was spent with\ .
Will Modern Home out; further Inconvenience. This
I t :13tti Street,.near Postofnce of the Grove launches;
.-.' )IrsJ atilt who owns the cottage morning one Miami Clothing ,Co
on theror; er of 9th street ana AvenueB was chartered and the Hoosier towed,
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: / will,IjA'e it moved in a few daysto back to portAnything I t .j

-. - -'--- ------------- ---- a place near the cottage recently .
-- ::;; ri -- tnoved'by Mrs. M. J. Peppard In the you want done sidewalks, 1306 Avenue D Miami, Florida !

samet Tock. It I Is the Intention of Mrs. sewerage, landscape- gardening, roads
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to'Build Isame t-to build a modern dwelling built. lands cleaned. See Fred Rntter .. .
i s, Are You Going ? :'house:: ihere the cottage now stands, Miami. # -
one tbi(| will. greatly and to the beauty HELD UPFOR| 'AN. j

If-you contemplate erectio: a re.idence, business blockl'or! building of MidJnl.' -. It Was Only a Cat fJt f .j EXAMPLE ,

; of any,kind it will pay you to !give o* a bid. The artificial I "' see T-.S only l a cat of the hack'ardf ;'1
For grapefruit and oran trees. ace spceiP; but it occasioned Considerable carr\p.
; stone which w-e manufacture is WITHOUT A DOUBT SUPERIOR Brothers All almost any or wagon .ve> J
Orifflrig. Company. excitement on 8th street it an :
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to. ANY OTHRK; AKF.-IT IS WATERPROOF. land. Miami office. -' submitted to t
I lerawnbn high early hour last 0111At "out eight our-attention will show

r I I / Dealers in\ Portland Cements !!IU-:"3 Twelfth street. I,I o'clock Mrs. C. N. Eeiersen and son, our skill In. rep ,lrlng.. No matter ..

: ; POltoWie while" occupying parlor of theirresidence -- .how much out of order your vehicle 4 .
Crippled heard a nofee at the latticed
: The Art Stooe. Construction CO. I! Owito two of the regular carriers I cellar door. It sounded for all the may. be we mayl; be able to put It! y

; I j being ,epnfinoil with illness.and one of world like some one trying to breakIn Into commission !jjoncis more. Cost" .

f '' Office and'Stone.Yard Foot Ave D.I'Look for the''turn in :lie Wall I the idjtule force' having resigned -bispopltlcja or at least that is the way Mrs. trifling In comparison\to! saving .InV ":
!,, the local postoffice has been Petersen thought it sounded, and she 0 .new purchase f fJ. '
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coBEldirablvcrippled the last two or ;
hastened to In orm the immediate
: three Slays. To meet the emergencyand neighborhood! that bold Intruder I 1
a was
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of carrier two -
necessity delivery I lu the cellar of her house. Two or
of thetftslde lerks! have been pressed .c t It.
three men armed with revolvers 'and
Into service, and all mails are being I other weapons hastened hltherward to 423 Eleventh Street MiamI.- Fie ;
"* delivejd' as promptly as, possible under the of 'daring .
effect/ capture the rascal .
thirl_circumstances.ROSMCR. I and become heroes.but alas and alack, I \ "
An Optical Illusion ,Ii, when the cellar door was opened out I
,-. moan REAL ESTATE. jumped a "Mr. 1 unmas," -who quickly ;
i scampered to cover.In the darkness.
;', I Miami Transfer
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solved. Thee
Wind bothered ShlnnecockThe ,The mystery was at had
irong easterly wind which prevailed entered the cellar during the day.when -
;); hi morning gave the steamerShlnnecock the door"had been open and had been .
1 out bound for Key. West shut in when it wasclosed for the
considerable trouble getting out the night It was the feline's' enert- o :

ltiI j I iii'trl : narro*: channel down the bay. The escape that sounded "just like" a burg ipany -
Shlnnil tock in some parts takes lar breaking in and caused all the
t up 229 12th street Phone No. 7 and 1121 Avenue ) Phone 110
Ii p. .
channel and this
about the; whole on neighborhood excitement. /
account; the strong wind blowing'' 1 I Garage and Stables 11 th street, near Aye. E, Phone No. 100,

It IIIi r 1I-- against;:her side set her over against For Rent Room, 320 10th street, I
J I the wtst bank seUmes but she 'or two men; $1.50 per week Horsesal'l'iages' and
I was ajmU _ci' >U--0tr and proceed with ,
: out niiifch!;: delay. ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO

Automobiles \ .
Vmtwllas repaired and recovered.
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Fashions Then Being Reproduced by
Leave Racket'Store.. for hire the hour datv, month. Automobile
Us & Graves by storage =
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Y ( !. t<;',f repairs and lupph 8., Agents' for,the famous FORD au:
Will Have Operation-Performed l''' One hundred years ago the Empress. mobiles. Freight un d J and delivered. Special; !, facilities '"
lr.[lllcbard Pickett. who has been'[ Josephine set the fash/on and today I tor moving heavy freight: nib us meets every! train. Baggage -, _
r one o*he agents of the Miami Ttans-1 we are reviving the styles I as worn by ,i. transferred.! ALL orders receive PROMPT: Attention.
J fer CiSSj running between Palm Beach.',I this scVo Tni- ==.! kf'>..oTlas, and ;
'.y .and Mlanii this season, left! last night I it'' fs fashion's decree that ,we be ruled "
I[for hMiom'e in Saranac. N. Y. :Mr. qllee- I $
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I by iff king and a \f) a century ii
Picket'h: ::been suffering with an attack atOne -- ", --i l ..
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," .... o ti a bndicitis for the-past two hundred y ars ago tiny bats f I ,i T;
wfcksdjjfl 'has I I t
;; I been confined to Bis with short frcvits pnd long back gar- FO I
room ate Everglade Hotel. He will:s lands with ItltBkroses and made :, HorseShoeing
gorgeous ; CLASS -
That what lots "of shoes reLook.alight: at first 'I
s : hare aji operation performed upon his wltjrlblJn boas of brightest;

but assume all sorts of shapes later when you wear: them arrivojLlq= I New York.His many I II < frlendshere hope he will sticceps'fullygo
J I Ir now extravagantly indulged because '
I r rough the operation and 'return Josephine fund] Napoleon had it so then \ L. F. LaFontisbe 708! 7th 'Std
Not so however with- W. L. Douqlas to :Miainl next season as goo>T as new.Mlal I r '"mlwrtn? that the taste of Joe, ;
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'florsheim.D.orothy"' Dodd and Lenox phdne was for'I..M colors. I ,
,, Transfer Company offers foi hundred tears ao dresses, were I r
I sale C Toad, saddle, coach heavy draft sh f"lP with elbow sleeves.long]I
l OUR SPECIALTY LINES land farm horses. Harness, carriages, gl 1 .;ar;; 1t. I n'eat 1 second handed at bargains. > ; : all of which we learn from
I Before;;'.. hlpplng horses for the summer history of the empire period.. It Is I,
w" will offer for sale as fine a 'Irfl.'rd a pleasant task reproducing in and Trus: Company
line n i horses as ever came .to the niir workroom these quaint old

'State s'ipt Florida, at reasonable pn-I, so picturesquely 'beautiful as styles I OF MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATED .
ces.Apply at stable) or wdte to J. th"e of the empire period.

Hanley"";General Manager. Miami *iu. We ar displaying in the new Easter Paid Up .Capital $75Oo6. Surplus, $12OOO '
:')(\- net all thEse lovely effects. We
Made"list Trip tare a larg stock of Eas.er hats and Insures land titles prepares abstracts of.titles, oan"ind ; '" S!

The||?. 'E. C. Hotel yacht Louise, bo:.:acts. anj will make special pricesfor invest money on its own account ajad for other.. Acts uw
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PlYing : arias; the season betweerf here the, Easter trade.. Investigate our agent. att \\.in.fad. trustee, assignee executor re- b
--' l|aJj!"; re:!o-t: at Soldier Key. went bai1- "ar znj prices before buying ceiver. orPattrson gua ian. Address all communications1'to. .t xs.JL
down :this morning to bring the man f' ewhere.V ells & Graves No. 232th .
ager CnA such articles as are to be T '<' street : C' and rees. Miami. Floritfa
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\, It our he Is Price the goods 3f; Everythinf For ; The House' the I out: is pr.ce S the quality that f ular.and ckb




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1 la'Phoaa86 11. M. KING I' -P.hon.88 I I

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ct 4 q! Undertaker and Embalmer\; .'.' W. P. MILLER

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AVENUE D THE UNDERTAKER II

a.it'll RESIDENCE 319 7th. STR'f,, HONE 2& '- 418 12 SERE eI'
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.' Martins Shooting Gallery. Avenue D,
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?. jjtrx&nd jetvZEe1C. near 11th street -tiering;; a good r
;. I J Steven's revolver for the highest score 'POP"

v '_ ,this week Get in the contest boys.

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M.;Brown. Sr, left last night --h Blue'Ribbon- U the brand of the finest Mrs. E. P. Davis and her mother; t ;

i FacksonvHlt( a>uslness trip. tors, Lemboiir-ind- Vanilla extract that Mrs. Wagner left on this morning'strain
for Chicago. Mrs: Wagner has Is everybody's name-fer Vtsoft'drink. Treat Your
I money and fxperleoce can produce.
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Davis for All others>rUle mends
PAINTEDchins ,V'anfedClean cotton rags at this Absolutely pure, ;goes; twice as far and
HAND ,
office. 'I the "Blue Ribbon Flavor is perfection. several months and now returns to her "Pop' but they /nt all make"Cascade"
&!? home, accompanied by her slaughter j I .
'il' wha will make Indefinite visit in
an
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Is ens of our specialties.We Mr.IE.| M, BrelsforJ of1>i West Palm I Paul -C. Jtjdes, of West Palm Beach, Chicago. Mr. Davis will join them I ,It's a cigar bat a perfect: aaj :__
Beach is a business visitor in town t was one of tie passengers'northbound .
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I' probably, late In the summer.ROIIIER ] t about .
a was Talking cigars *
carry U genuine.French and today. on tuts mornings train, be having o ,
1 spent )yesterday here looking after I ..Jy.ome- dandtea. Oar .-'..
Italian WIN, creams and sugars? means Sara Investments .
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? business ,
his interest both political and I
'- > 4 See our assortment of late sheet at
fresh lad sew; right w data 111aate
.: bread. 'aft4l'Wt plates, fancy music.. Smith's., i) GingerAleW. I I ,
',* '= t I :!'' Owner of any nice property In Mlamlieliher sure to please the mblr isstdtosCum.
plates and vases In assorted aim For box and fixtures. In, '
Sale-jtiMeat "led'
: *" x Commission men from the :North oc- furnished or unfurnished I round and a boa IIIr e ..
copied the 'usual number' of seats in use four mjonths. Far below cost desiring to leave same during the I '
,W. E. 112 Avenue D. friend and b1J1 aadbe' .. far
We a largs Haven months in care of a .
carry this mornings train, gologtto the several 3 summer responsible are tns exclusive pettier* 1 l'
of < tomato shipping points up the vei! family, consisting o:. four adults, of "Cascade" In this territory. .U. Wb have just watt 7011 wsalttt
assortment Fresh on In stock dally at the will please state conditions. Address There lot of
road. ales
I are a sinters dumeatle
:Miami. ; Market 1317 and 1319 Avenue P. O. Box 95, Miami, !... but none to compare with Imported u. weD as deeSHAVES'

i For Rent-Furnished house. All conveniences I II D |! \ i "Cascade." Be sure yet get I '

Souvenir Spoons I r for summer. Price ,reasonable -1 I Mff; I Mr. J: T.; Brun la e-the well known "Cascade" and no substitute I '
Mr.and Kretscl.aujrneir cnarm- J
: Cottage, care MetropollLMr. I II r member of the Miami Transfer Com- "
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; Ing daughters, Adelal.\e\ land Elsie ;
k I rang, le t on last night's northbound Mail orders given special attentionAcmeBottlingWorks ,
AT THE RIGHT PRICES. left last night on their way home to
.f ,.. .f I Alfred XeW :I.1er; of St. Augustine ;;Clearfield, PL Miami. has held a charm i train for :Niagara Falls, at which place '
left on this morning's train for for the Kreisel family as' they have I Abe has large Interests similar to those .
I here, and where'he ons a beautiful ,
Danla, where be goes to do some surveying ;: been here.tiI Lice the early fait. The
for the land department of the Misses Kreisel have been favorites i I I summer home. Mr.' Ifrundage was.In The -Cigar Man
excellent health and spirits and expects } :
P. E. C. Railway Co. I while here 4i1d will be. greatly, missed MIAMI, FLORIDA
to return to Miami early In too
MAVNARD&SON'JEWELERS I i by the yo'ung society people of Miami. -
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.' Picture frames made to order -The Mr. :ind Mrs. Kretsel will return fall. Sixth Street, West of the lee,Factory PPOSJTE HOTEL t BISCATNMiami .
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,';' Racket Store. I next far and expect to buy a
;c snd, OPTICIANS. place here end make this their regular To Rent Newly' furnished house


Next: to"-.Peat 4 IIce II..... FlsrteMiami SROIER'wil.Mena, .ywr rants. ,winter For Rent home,-A!., beautiful summer' v home OB Park.Thirteenth Apply office.,street or' address, near,Royal House': ,Palm Metropolis T.HC Decollating CcirparyW. )\ :


.. Mr. Guy, Uvlngston.the genial ticket cheap. Central. Address "Home," Metropolis. .M E. :CANOVA, PROPRIETORL
season the '
this at Royal
r' agents | W. complaining to contractor 10--
Palm Hotel left the train last night s other]
( on the day about the'cheap
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I ; Skating for,I Chicago where he will be connected t**BROS8IER, class of houses that are going; :tup and .. ".... -Sft-tr_ .
with one of the large railroad companies IMlIlllIafe "InvsstmsnU. asked him how It.wa that 'almost \.
at that place.; ;W 'every Job that baa been let In
::: s; ,- ; -" M!:., ,and '|irs. (T. 'E. Hopkins,' of toe last three years had tiel'Dfa"- 'pai tiD.

; Rink A complete assortment of ready*tofcfear :New York City, were visitors to Miami at a loss or so near a lose that' the .' -=a..,;
v hats for Jadles. Misses and child- yesterday. Mr. Hopkins has been contractor would have done better to I

ren. :>A1I styles, shape. .and price 'he efficient'rcaahler of the Breakers have been a Journeyman on the Job. Paper Hanging: and Kalsomlnin: j
Open S't.1o'ator: b.gln.ts. Empire Dry Goods Store.327 12th St.MlamU Hotel at Paljn Beach for the past four He said the trouble was with the I r.'

,_ Open.2 ts'S p.'-m. | -4 or five seasons, and when the. Breaks "other fellow." "He figures so low Agency Peat's. jWallJJFapers. ;!

Open 7,to, 11 p.. m. ]j : -. _ers closed Monday; he declde'd- see that there Is"no money In It for any ;
.. : tB5-nruch talked of Call write for Estimates. Phone 1 1315 Afie D
Tuesday afternoon reserved for isdle* The]many friends of Senator F. M. Magic City. Mr. body." We asked the "other'fellow or 181. !
Saturday children l Hudson, who has.been seriously 111 for and Mrs.Hofltins expressed themselvesas and he said the same thing. here Is

forenoonynurved! the past severaj days, will be glad 'to 'wonderfully pleased Odd greatly some thing wrong and the contractors I ... ,
COMPETENT!'iNSTRUCTORS learn that b nas improved sufficiently surprised o ';\the development of Miami ; are not entirely to blame. '

Admission 10 cents. Skating 25,cents to' be aofato sit up tqday. They uurlng (Se past three or four years One man who has a pet theory said I ..
trom-'here :
the They go toDJPalatka; and it was the carpenter. He said,-"Loaat \(
6th St. Wed of In Factory, Upstairs hope to sechim out ani about i .
then on through to New York, that working. He saws a few i
streets: in a few Jays.BRO8SIER t man !
I II strokes then stops and rests. And at '

I WUI collect your rente. The Art stone: Construction Com, that other fellow; he pushes the planea Like rifidmgMoney
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ED.MOFFATSDairy I JI -*-- pany have lost\ ; received! another carload few strokes; then stops and sharpens
tlf tS of Portland Cement If you area the bit; any thing to kill time." ,
Beautiful line a es trimmed hats
using cement, It will pay you to get 7iit set me thinking and took, I e, .
I for Easter now ready. >ome and see i
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out price. iiT time to watch them. Ana I found thatIt i "
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them 1 Empire Pry; Goo I Store y.1 I'
did and sharp
fact
: was a *: one stop
Lunch 12ti street! Miami *" ? ; '
f en the plane and the other did stot
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'Mrs. Jeo.e Worthington and little and it did look like he was resting .j-0

I The stork visited ,tbe soine of Mr. daughter, Blrchle., sailed on the Iteam-I I But the fact was ;he was putting kerosene : .i
ShlnnecoCk .
and Mrs. R. TDanlel yesterday morn- er this morning on the saw so It would not stick.I '
'Everything new includingthe Ing and left as lperman' nt guest a' West, from ';%hlch place they .will go found-that the fan of kerosene was I Ii" ',,' ....
by"VMallory $toner to New YorkwheMrs. '
I bouncing ten-pound boy. *In consequence /e one of the most necessary tools, anda '
building makhngthe of the event Papa\Daniel Is Worth gton will study the latest plane must be sharpened every little ... '". r- ,
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feeling one of the 'biggest men In modes 'and fashions, fitting bereIf. tto 'while. This pine is so fan of rosin \ '
deanest and neatest Miami today.IROSSIER. return to Miami In the fall and opening that! the tools get sticky and will C.r'i' :
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up a fashionable dress making estab-, -I not work unless kerosene is used. 1 ; :i' ,

city. means Safe Investment* lishment. &MTS. Wprthlngton Is a tajked, with a ';'carpenter that 'came

,l room :to'the, most estimable woman and exceedingly from the North a short time ago and .
popular. ... She bears the dtstlnc- '
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Srf about 1 3
TO LOAM be said a man could do one- t
MONEY
We"have to loan-to parties Ion of being:,thp first woman to drive third as much work In a day with this l
AN PLACE money
: IDEAL who'wish,to build In Riverside. Call an automobile In Mlamtf' Mr. Worthington wood M can -be done with white pine. 2 Lots'' 4th Street !
will'lematn In Miami thoughhe K Kr
fOR LADIES and .... us. 'J. H. Tatum fr'Co. will go noith fora short time late Pne used to the other pine will work on

_, y l, harderhere and not accomplish. nearly
: 'r In the summer. '
Not Connected with': saloon 1 'Miss Nellie Armstrong baa returned so much In a,Jay. ,
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Is to blame 'he
The carpenter not ; "
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from Jacksonville where she had been :
Shooner Yacht Iris For Sale The \ \ i" ,
Is bests' he cant Who Is "
doing the '
... the geed of friends the past ten days. roomiest ant:best light draft'cruising r
Buttermilk everu' day at She reports a very dellghtui time while to blame. Maybe you are. If yon are 'I'-
schooner In Florida. 25 h.p. engine '

5c a glass; Light, .refreshments there. Among social circles In.Miami brand new' ialls. Address :J. .R. looking It. If you or a want gold a.brick$5.000 you house can find for between D andNOvelty :
Miss Armstrong Is very popular and Clarke, 1IIa(11. Fla. :1I
$3.000 should not be disappointed :
seryed. ;during -, her f many 'friends are glad tq have you .
It Is only worth $3.000 when you ,
aH hours: J her In their, midst'again. 1 Ilf ,.
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Tarpon Returned to Tampa get It Why not use the tame, good I 1:
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The anxlltiry yacht'Tarpons ownedby 'business Judgment here ai when you t ',
,3rd door' east of Avenue D on 13th Capt. MIUtr, of Tampa and which;built your ether home. Examine the I I .. ."
; .street Prout Building Maim 1a.I ., THE RACp STORE had been her, all season 4n the pleasure I conditions and build Intelligently and I i I I, '
party business, sailed yesterday when your come to the locks and otherI
for her home port, where she has a hardware for the doom and windowsI
IS THlf UCESTANDARD== cruising charter for several weeks.:i I I put on-iomethlng that the salt air will Works; only ,

SMITHSBOOKSTORE 'I. The yacht will! I be .returned here next not rust before one season Is past ,

season. '%'. Pay a little more ney and put on a .
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genuine bronze that will remain the

AN_, OUNCEMENT same as long as the:door lasts., I 'I.' ,
\ We have the finest! line of bronze : j
I Called .
I I Machines ,I have in a first class Ice hardware ever brought to Miami; the I ', r w '
Sewing cream plant nd am prepared to lur- largest assortment and '\ designs o $1500 : -'
nish on short ihotice any quantity and In the Booth. 1ebe.t let leach .1. : .
MIAMI.FLV > I any flavor Of creams sherbet and us show you what we tono ,

I frappe and .'!ollclt party' and family Job too big for us to figure on-and j 0 ... o'

We Are Agents I trade-especially I have also openedan you will be surprised at the extent of I ,'" i !":-,
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Ice created}parlor, where the best our stqrK? We will furnish "Good : '
TOYS and 'purest' steams and Ices will be I goods At fair Prices." ; 'i .

; served and t Invite the patronage of i MIAMI HARDWARE COMPANY 't",
the public [f.j.;] John Seybold. "We Want Your Money." I \I IL. ,' "
ITOlillWfiOODSSMITHS I If you are going to payout your I" '

good money}\, for a; macUne, why not 5 ; d
III et"the bestOther:)\. makes are good Music '
II Miami of { "
Conservatory
bye .we claim for the' STANDARD all i [
the rood qualities of others and. many "
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tddltlonal.ijones. It you really want \ 0 223 TWELFTH $STREET ", f.: 1C1 Brossier .It S nl :

the I,best machine males/ call .on us *! ; 1 "
1 : or. let .us can on yon and ,we .win &p FRANKLIN COLEMEN BUSH DIRECTOR !' ( I .. I 1 ,
n1200AVe.fD ,
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ten \you abaft them.: r./ Kurofeea. *'trained faculty. Aa artist In eWrg of each Aepast- -I'I ,::, : ,

I men ; Piano, Pipe, Organ Yotce, Violin:MaJolln, Boentlom.Phytlcal : ," ,. '/ :
.WE SELL EVERYTHiNC.WAND I 1 "'
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SELL IT CHEAPER-- Cultursi 1 Trend, Gerixan and Bpanlsm-Hannony sodHisory l /
Miam :
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} of, 1Isic..t"JaueF.: burrow's" Kindergarten and yP 1 t > : :: '
HOOKSTQRLMl W. 11.- Chaile &.Son :Music Classes. ,: :* : i Send for. catalogue JLA
.. -. ...-, "1' inarr '" ', '.rDiplomas J -'l" '" .

1211 Avenue D, Miami,'n*. % d UoonGraduation i : M \ .T!:
\MIII.\ 't [ Counselors ands Contractors in
15 and 10 Cent Amen at 1318,Are. Dt' fran, Realtyv
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PAGE six. c I-HCOAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS WEDNESDAY. APRIL 4: 1906

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t _.?JIB* of a nnniberof men picked up t
KEY 'IWESTERS alun;4the! docks, they had beaded the' f
whalguear the foot Of Franklin street. 'I
in 'th.:Garrison. It'requlrt'J'lbe '
combinectftTurti -
\ ) professions { .,
I Wtv WJP tl heai.F-and unwieldy carcass on shore
C II I Toy' the operations of dissecting
the lilt fellow will be begun In order
j jI' I ta g&;:the valuable-blubber. -CaptainVlonoi at I
1 : .. estimates that several hundreu cut'
: P oa d: CREW OF SMACK 'CERT.RUDE dollaaj will be netted frou his capturei Held in this .
: i hicfi'ie regards as much'better than ,
,A EYS AT' LAW LAND. FIRST MONSTER OF KIND of j ,
I \ i any quniber snapi>l'r
WUImraottocIa all eonru.BtaM and r"*,.. EVER' GULF I The,new of the strange arrival 4ra*I 'Weekj "
KILLED IN WATERS This =
.* oialtacUUtfar.....1..1....... '.*.1...> &t tircitjated extensively on the. streVts at
& Tins TAKEN TO 'TAMPA ) I laten the afternoon and last Jifght t,1 _
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O.I9IM7. Mlacst. PI*. and-!iuany 'ent to the Garrison, to see '
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..f.; SEYJIOUR H. 1'.,KINSOS '; rft- HBM
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j, A Lively Tusslswlth"that .
-:SeymourAtkinson The Tampa Tribune of Sunday: gives J. ,
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BUR
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the account of the
following captureof
;. old enemy of the race Constipation E
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Attorneys a whale] In the gulf of Mexico by often end la appendidU :

Collndolor, ;s vAt LaW. the auxiliary fishing smack'GertrudeJ. To arold all serious trouble with atom :
G =d..tI. ndtal.an.coarta. of Key West both,the captain' and ach;-liver and Bowels, take Dr. Klni' '
mack, being well known bere: New LIfe Plus They perfectly
;.. ._.' Jl.ooma 5,6 9 l 'Ue11Bld .. Miami The auxiliary fishing boat Gertrude late ff1heae without rego- hid 'se son'uid ; o.
......."... ; -...,- J, from Key West arrived In port late i, discomfort. organs 25c at all druggists.I pain. or. a great shoe business 'this of c 'sehad: : o'

.. .j -- yesterday afternoon baring the queerest lot of fine shoes in -broken sizes left which will the
; G. :A.i WprleyAttqfficy tow that hag'been seen lp Ujese. 1|| THE KING IUEl a. we put on .
In dayevebefor
waters many a *
atXaw That a big whale should roe''found 0. M'.OImsUad Want Damage: for counter. at greatly reduced prices. THis is .your chance' fit "
In the waters of the Gulf of Mexico. -f1: Rallied t4 l Jurlft
31015'Twelfth SL, Mianji' 'FloridaGeo. many league-from the usual watery fAHilfax up the entire family and save from 25 to 5O percent onf! each pair
habitat of )hls species of fish Is so i N. 8., April 4-:The cue of
t. ... remarkable that would not believe 0. yt Olmstead The .

many vs. King was taken -
,:: ,.; M. Bobbins the story until, they had goneto op for' hearing before the Exche- leri's Fine Shoes 0 Ladies Oxfords'Stetson
,' TltuavlII*.Fla x, the river front and seen .the. monster quefc Court this morning. JUdge Bur-
( with their hridge! presiding. The Is '
'' own eyes Plaintiff from ,
t Attorney' and Counselor Its was nevertheless] a real ,whale New; York and Is suing, the Dominion 5.00 and 6.00 'cuts, all styles !1 and Bals -
It I At Law that the Gertrude J, towed Into this government for damages for injuries and leathers while theyv : .
:;, Win practice I.an Coifs, State aad. Fatftr It harbor :yesterday .afternoon-: And no etcSrecehed; In the Milford wrCk.of! (4.40 ;
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last . . parr '
small one, at that. The "big one the Intercolonial Railway in 1904. .A' : e. I 5oti \ of the finest 'tt.5o'and.3.oo;
measured Teet. in length and ,bas Hi'; was one of tfie passengers on shoe'i'er shown Miami{i in all
including ,
/ Hudson; & sufficient capacity to have swallowed i'i the train leaving Halifax on'the morn- All 3.50 and 4.00. Nelson'sfamous in '
Boggs a whole\ ] :Municipal Ownership Association ghat the railway disaster occurred. custom fit line to f O leathers, snappy ;styles. t 1 A A
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't 1ttoreyat'LawTownley latter day Jonahs. .S ting I I I claims that he was slightly Injured, go at . . t :, . .,Pa .90 wear guaranteed/: / sizes a 1:0: 8 P1 .*/.
j.: r v -Capt. AioDzoof. the Gertrude J. that;;he lost a diamond valued at be-
:... Building= Miami, Florid called at the'Tribune office last night:itweJtL $400 and $500. and other per- A great<< broken'' line of men's oxfords A large line of broken sizes in ladies'-

I the and whale told the whlc ttory'of, be claims the capture the.first ot I!I I i:song damages I;property.for loss He of'also time.claims The$2,000 case and high cuts, former price 2.50.. 3.00 w l oxfords, and slippers A treat shoe for

i .J P.,T. BKAGQS. 1L ltOOte .. on record t 'the Gu'.f of :Mexico The '1 Is detest tase, as several other passen and A few 3.50 shoes. All ( I 90 -/ I' dress of house wear, former: fl* I| 4C jon

j!::: wita 1.4Ctu..rb.n..oy. vessel;'" ?' ich as a large camupatlon'!>',\lertwho:: were on the same traln.have the counter: at. . .. '. .v price 1.50, 1.75, s.ooat.j..V e T'v '
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filer] Claims
( for'damages, and whether
ae.tdekee 14h8tftPt sail and steamfishlng boat. has been i .
J cenurA. C cruising of this coast for a week ''they' ;will be tried or not depends on pair: "
k.)1 'MIAMI.. FLOUIDA: retching .principally snappers j the-f| 0utcome of the-present suit Dress Shoes 75 of fine suede' Gibson ties: in
t. Friday horning early John Everett, ''! It!I! Bogs black (white, champagne, ,blue, and

t one o' the crew of the Gertrude J,I i |i A Scientific Wonder brown' Good value at13bo,
DitJ. M. JACISON.. JR., School 1 Shoes and Work Shoes $1.90.1|
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1 sighted the whale 30 miles off EgmonrKey rfce cures that stand to Its credit ;sale.-C.-
urrica, The big fellow was moving'in i:makes BuckJen's Arnica Salve a scientific during . .. .
\ circles. causing kreatcommotion.. wonder. It cored E. R. MnlforJ. 2.50 and 3 oo values- all. ;. '
t t{ ,rioryi.. BKCATNX BLOCK,' n.t. There was much consternation among lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry leathers welt sole's. . $1.80 I 30 pair ladies'white, canvas Gibson
". 1._. : MIAMI, FLOBIDi.DR. the men on board the vessel as none 1 Way&esboro--Pa.. of a distressing case oxfords. 1.50 values a 3 A A '
\ '- ... could recall having ever- heard of a of biles, ulcers, cute wounds,ehllbWa 1 $ .""
snap a .. ... .: . .
whale this far north. and,salt rheum only tSo rt all drag- .
r \ W.B.RUSH.Ofio '! Capt. Alonzo hu had some.experi Hat Silipulian Soft Soles .
ence as a wbaler, out,of New Bedford, --- "! ; A>
f:: : *tJ7-JU street, 'pnon.,41 llasa, having been one of the crew of -1.i THOS. W.. ... THK. th(7amous
",- Riddeaas_., ,.mil Hhjtfm.iA.ui, a Whaling vessel hailing from thatport'Tor ti! 'MIAMI About So pair of Silipulian Misses'qndhddreris
.- In .FLORIDA ,
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r t : .FL.t four years. He has assisted soft sole infant shoe, all colors and all .Tt. .
In the capture of m.uy of these monsters Meihaa1.al and HyeVavRe alas 'Oxfords sizes. *: '* I
styles /to sizes standard and bals? all '
,of th* deep anti.he speedily decided tail o ,.4 JjtV 95

t: J.lfi I ;J.11tlictt'eJM: E : ;That she I4.io.lte"an. effort t-: =;.. engine laineeitanL4'pr.s *.; galnafu4 price 75C now.: .". : eo. : ... eo.TVV 1.2s'ad. 1.50 values at..: .' ......_v
to
: get/thla one. ad,black pipe at vkotaMl: Special .
A' boat was manned and the three c

"'2:: -.I' Offloe.'' rt.eu: Room Bulldlag S and-4 'a '. harpoons equlppment which'of the formed Gertrude a part.J.of.weiJB the toff u hlaery Ea U AqqyWs deafened*and Oa*befit Generate Amt** W.. M. Burdine! 3Ib-3I8rTelft'| ;{ { :t 1H

.,Hoar. 10 a. m, to U m. a to a p: s, brought Into requisition. The whale ; .
Be idenoe816, 'ArenneV.. / was no easy capture'and it was foui 'G. M. : DYKES ;
i' I hour before:,the, first\harpoon wa* ,, !ij .- .
driven home into,Its thick hide. Another .
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FBED iUTTER..jIt.f !Ii l Tenth Street
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was then'requlred to bring "

_o tatrat\ CootraictortBlMtlng- v i<* it the was monster entirely! Into too submission large to haul and onboard. as AijkJINIs.B ladts aiIh.q'Md, Repair Mark's Oyster & Chop; House 0

It.f. er.d\nlr\:. the vessel It was decided to J avfu W.9o.a Built t.OrderHORSESHOEING
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/ \ tow It Into port. A -Specialty. I o Sea: Fooci Our Specialty
; *W.llDrUI.d.i ald.walle, :The whale proved a rathir unwieldy I 0
i tow, but a tQw-llne 'was soon rigged -' Oyster by plate: quart'or gallon.: "- .

f W.i r steam lower, put out for Tampa,, .
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reaching: here after my: slow progress j ,
f. OPTICIAN ,
!L j! GRADUATE, at 4 p. m. l'}I Lake City bas (500 population SIX Unexcelled health only:26* di.9a
!- ''f,.- ,With*;Maynard *.S&ti.: Atiel,.'* I But Capt. Alonzo and his men real-, AND GUNSMITH feet above the sea,Aaa par tree stone' for the put 10'year to'an,arerac.
Xt Poet Ofic\ IzeJ that there was good In artesian wateft-. : population of over 4000.Hotel .
f At M D to . money || Expert Repairing ,
such a large and healthy specimen f ,
,f GEO.-'L. McDONALCOCOASCT any they preserved It with the as- AJrenue C between I2th and 13th St. H Blanche "
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th ft.. a.d S.bdl.idlag La.d.epecIaJtJ
> OBOTX. FLA. : Lake City HoricaC5 "':
'. ,-, Ii jjAcmdiDry. ::1x1# td ; .

WTE'F. C. DUtAKMO; I r.l'cs west ,cf JacfcionrUle; the !Seaboard! Raft 'ay., Offer yon aa .>>

': portnnlty to linger a little longer afore' going n >rtlL Comfortable tai,
'f f .A.r b.jteot; r R101tb homelike modern In all Ita appointment Hot, and cold bath, eleetrlo
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-- "1 > Batteries lights. and belL Rates $1.00.to $3.00 per day Trains fWm JaekaosrlO

: Roth'Bn'ildine. Miami.: 1< leave $:06....nwand 4 p.'P..m.arrI't1qll:10; a m. and CllTp."m., vWhetstone .

.: 1210 Atenne CTneChapman ; ;U come / .
[ D. C. or with out notice. M
,a A FRESH LOT JUSTRECEIVED' :

-' 'House D. EXwHETSTOINE.jiProprietbrWrits
ff TYPEife: ."h. rnah la etc and wbO JW ban, .

: F. W. CHAPMAN. FROB.Raton A special gal'snglns the tim. drop in and tab k leek it
1%." per 4ar..BMcUt It/tile woNt U j
'6..u an mn4 th.OMBforu of a --. Leo "ttl r. .. oar flm tins ot WO I... Dont beet -
'' ca'"I IT _n._tit of Pair 1Ie c'..tkFKast '
yl Gout UauO amomr tk* -ppt. Type:A5 tJae plae The continentalAtlantic
a ia ....of BMtbtra 1'JoiIaa. \
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..,Uaac..*Occaa kaula(. For all' open $treui: work / JOHN SCWKLL A BRO
Delray. norM' I -it i *
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Having formerly been"in the laboratory of the Western Electric Company '
< ," I have mad test on nearly all make of dry batteries and the/Acme/ stand HeaJqnartwf amart TaDorfncJ38 :/ Beach; Florida

A W.-Graham. at the head' of the list. 'The Initial eeetia trifle more but much cheaper In TwtUA atnet. BlavtyM Btak t iUr.HE.BEWS h i-
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Contractor. and BUilder -- t -

ir, ,*.>. .Sattstactlonl *" rLets :.- C H.; BROWN: Beclrical\Coiitractor Opened March 15,1906 "'

.. & (. h I -, MerrittKolb
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: p. agars.y0.r.oAt: ..sad Sad MT pa.yo ta1u.1._ .111. what t. ( S! Through parlor car Palm. Beach to ,Atlantic ,Beach train 74
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; Expert: Typewriter* Money Loan Household Furniture REAL AROAINS ESTATE On Atlantic Ocean,20 miles from Jacksonville, via F.E.C. 'Ry .|


C' Repairing! > Without removing i if li k from the in MIAMI FLORIDA 1 I J *
louse
; : sums of 15.00 and urgCan j be jai : in ; y fine ;''aero bay front In CoooanutGJovs :The Continental is the latest addition to the famous

Y.+ .C. PRESTON. of $1.00 k Business \ good house, well set In bearingtreea Florida East Coast'Hbtet_System \ j
sums a we strictly
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k "'- "304 9th. .st.. .': P.,O. Box 311 riparian rahaA bargain. : '
t .. confidential. 'Write us and,s ici/or will l call ? strut Bicycle chairs ponies for the children,, golf Units, tennis
,. 3 Lob:) 14th between Ave.nun l court al and pooh ball room for danc-
bowling
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:, Emil f AMihmahn: CITY C a D., livery '
fi ,.. .". *. LOMN.yFFICE ing, automobiles, service?, surf bathing, fishing,'deep
'ArdtiiectIf Lot on 8th sVttt, between Avenue and freshwater j I l'] \
C ands I,B, '1eoo. S years term. .

West. :Palm'Beach Florida OPPOSITE gOSTO?FICE: House and lot on 10th street, between
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', Before
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It. .. '' ua show you till, .. .
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Merritt & Kolb I J; !' s/ '
M. J YabdrougkContractorfand 0 10 acre bay front 93000, ehaapeet I ,
i Real Estate,: Rentals etc. south of Lemon City. i I. Wind; Power .
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i' Estates: : I
i ManagedAre. 25 acres hammock and truck land Has been adopted .by' the best people of the country a* the :
C, near 12th St.Miami. Flat : Builder 0 10 grapefruit tress, finest In south cheapest power for pismjr water. Not<<;,the people :Who hare '

: ,* / Dads, 11 year old. 200' young trees, them, they could have steam gas and hoi; air too if they want.
DR/,E. M.-,:LAws y L Bt-hJer t of the IalnBeach-1 dote good house and'beautiful ground on ed it.: J.handle the best mill made and make a specialty this
,', rock read. business and withmy pump mechanism[that 1 hare just been '::.
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DENTIST I House MoVifgii Specialty.5 see the view at our offlc*. : value and life.of any-wind mill outfit. Any i infringement, Wlll.t

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.Artistic Work Thoroughly. ., ;' Florida". acres cleared. Howe and 200 tree* : .' i,
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STORE.. 327. 12th Street. Miami.WHEN Thol sands of dollars ,worth,of goods to besacrilicea'in order to reduce our immense, j
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'., \ : :" ; ,j' stock>>>"'.* vEvervone* ? ,""* <;- { O\\'s.. our. policy I is, to.. carry' no' "'g oods.I ..'over,..frdnl J x". season I :.-to,, season 1 i" '.

.. you'v-place.. your ; Anything will ''sell if you will make: the price low enough and irt ,this sale we offer _

ORDER: with-us, I I. at abliirdly low prices: the, best class. ot goods. Goods ornatlonl reputation, and.

'. makers most everyone, knowto" be the best. &\1l\ merchants hate to ..selleoods, .. at .
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"REMEMBER,' : '.that" .we. .a Salk .but 'iri order:' io: ;eFce; -stock' 'sand' turn goods into 'cash;, this' has' to be d ne ". '

TAKE pleasure sendirigthemfree occas"' nly. Our mock' is l larger and' better than" ever' and in order'I reduce' slack
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: OUR.store.IJlOmlog= ,; -: '.".' Tyro-of Mthe! ,most famous makes.in" the U.S. .-. -.. you a better fit orj weares K/M fIC
1'v;;. .... .,1 ,_. : : Eva r y suit guaranteed f\'f\ S.oa. 7 bo and 6 bo pants for. M'/.
.. ., as to' .Style, fit. or wear. $1'4 Mil ..1, ,

i. NON. or-. night.,,.and ... '. .25.00. ; 0.00, 18 00. suits., ... .. V The fast colors very -thing and good for (business wearers wear. Good)

''I*- 0 ,. 'I.. Such aljimported'worsted.'; .. f&cy flannels. !:/64 5 00, 4:50:: and four dollar .afs ',.
j serges, ;broad cloths, etc ', for. . 4e j .
SEE large" and. /. '" ... 16.06. ;fL, .ooand 1 fourteen $11 I I 90 lil{ pants i 0 ; ? : I .
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i.... IMMENSE 1 line' 'ofDRY } .. These for business(pre finely made'. Not and such tfye. very ihing ; _o' to Fully-selec two; from hundred, for. ..;patterns'. .., ...,7n 2.-95? '. :
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!r .r,. '""-\ ,A few .men' 's suits. These F I I into ;3 prices hoc, 90c :end ;$1.20
will be- old, in order to close 9 '
IVERY; d far more -at.... .J1.! ..'. .".. ," .' : 20 per cent: disc 'jon all b boys clothingIs

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t ll Bother store in Miami i : /ihe : ie5oJiCku' : :
; any*" ,'"H-t; x 41 i to carry 1ot i the t J -. | .

\/ I *- : ';, .." :. .' i Shoes Shoes best wearers and BEST fitters in the city. Shoes Shoes I

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6.09r>S ,whi, prices: are so low ,atEmpire Walk Over, afk8tds., Edwin Clapp Krippendorf Ladies'.

: V\\\;: : D-nd; Keith's Shoes V 'Shoes i ,1.-.

and other.akes.. ladies' shoes, excel lent
Wre.ndorf an.
Goods, Store.Miami -it 200 pair 0 Edwin Clapp 'Assortment' tol j choose from. ,
I Dry, : ,Walk Ore/ Parka rd.. and Keith's and famous$6 and.. ..b5.35.: Wonh$3.00and3.SO.at.. '.$2 45 i
$7 shoes at.
other makea. Shoes noted as' tf
A few !
Ladies High Shoes.
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f3..50andUlOaeller., to go a' V t worth.2.50an.J OOfor.-.p .
Clapp shoes.are noted line of ladies white T
_- Big line of men1*shoes,to close_ (I..QC for' style and wearing Big f rds to close at$1.35 $245 ox at.. ,$2 j.95'. }
at .*.p'..,......!.-.......f....V. 'ysChillren's ru V quality and they cost ; ,. 1
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; .Busfe Directory''TIM Shoes and \.fory in United than ala other todayJ shoe 'shelves I
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-g5t t\:l', 95G" tar for."hoes.. ...to..&.,0....$3.95. I .0 1'1 4 1'-.
'Out of Town Buyer.and thwithin the city will find In the I fox>1.00 and $1.25 shoes I
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,,.. LLoUADY&co... .. UROINK A QUARTERMAN N : .t.I 5foiI.15.$2.00: $2.25..ah aI.45| 'ladle...II. ...Idtb Md most per cent discount) .
i v:, --' ? .J Dealers ta Dr7 Ogod1,1OMiv\ 1, .' '. -
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wad UdleTS0 .fieafal8ap 1
': Ittfc fly'Oar. AT* Dl_ 1 KUinl. >IU.Clrtia i03 lit* St vt t. r ,. Mans Shirts Trunks" and suit Men''Hats

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v'"' .t*. ToOet A'll .: ... K. LUMMUtDMler ItOT ArWM a '-' lOud, w. patterns, mostly Manhattan ,, to close" at O. _... .4_ |J :
la .tiroeai'lb 0r. Ia. and Royal Palm are $20.00 trunks and salt cases for U5.9S' .
,.. > UCK.W1L ON A HUOOLCrrOhBtMkl I Bros. 3.oo and 3.50
Bar u4 flirtlltan. worth 2.0 and2.50 I AK s18.oo ranks and suit cases for $14.40 Young I
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J >W ___, ti; sat ba.eaaw : Closing kt1ce... .0.0.. -wBlgLlnefbf $12.00. trunk and suit cases for $uo felt hats at this sale C R-,
III. IItrML' r '-. "--7'" T Mte .. 4. f ..*,d'. ...- ?- ; : t "$10.00 trunks and suit cases for $7.95 for '" 0 .'.V, ... ..l. r
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DO M TvtUtk p's. Shirts, .
: ) Majestic.
}. MAGNOLIAI UOCKItY. co. $8.00 trunks and.suit cases for $6.40 1
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l'4 Dealer ta'OroceriM... Hay' ,a4'. la Dr7 Oooda Ootb I ,at. S.. oj) .. . .'I $3.50: trunks and suit cases for' $2.80 2O,per.cent discount: ;-
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Sweet-On and Railroad Overalls, worth 75 cents waists boys shirts boys.
:, for. .0 0 II: .0 0 : .. ... *0 . 0 ;, ;60c Boys'shirt ,
V washable suits .
: Scrlven iastlc-Searn drawers worth seventy-five V ;

Chase & Co1flariley( cents for.)! . . o. -'. 0. .,. .0. .. ;60c to go at 20 'per cent discount. .
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FRUIT AND i8 call before.buyiug as we guarantee to save you many dollars in your purchase ]! :

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1 3O4' Twelfth Street. i' f 306. Twelfth Street. 336ITweinii Street. !! \1 1f

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present,,,which end _the program A.BL..Hawkins. L L Las...K; .j. E. Lumtnua
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., Interacting. I Monday and PlMMnfScMion"AfUrnoen.. Held l SOUTHERN MOTORIZES'FEDERATION MEET 1 Armstrong's Meat Mfrke4 ;1 The, Miami' ..I ,Grocery Co. t,


Tie Lfcdlea' Afternoon Club'met'la .IS 'THE t PLACE Staple; and Tansy Groceries
:;jsewtan Monday afternoon at
regular Jacksonville. April 10th to Discuss { \
FRUlTSand
J Ole .Hair kmlldinc. .la theabsence: ot Good RoadsA Why'pay enormous pi Ices- for fresh meats when you VEGETABLES
.' r tie, president. Mrs. J. 8; Frederick. .1 can buy choicest: cut o' Western and Florida. MEATS Our slock'of {rocerie: >a. comolete and we thiok we.can supply .
Mr WI.'W'Tarts. Ttee-presiJentpre- call has been Issued to Southern' _- tor much .less money at Armstrong's Meat Market. about everything required in the.baking:line. Our:aim. t>> keep,
1114e4._ motormen for a meeting at Jacksonville anlii only the best class.t.ft' (ef1e and nor prices-on them will be I .
Mrs. M. )'. Peppard was elected delete Fla. April 10th. which Is the second i: Phone 161. Coraer Avenue D .ilia StreatJft fouad to bet r5 ht. 'Goods delivered promptly bo any part of thecity. 'I .
; day of the 'Atlantic-Pablo Beach Our nut and vegetable stock always-fceslu Give as a ca11r .
to (he General Federation o? races which will be conducted by the
Women's Clubs.'whlcb meets In Minneapoilj. Jacksonville Automobile and MotorBoat ,..
injoae. t Club. The purpose of the meeting I- I II f :Trine* 2O 335 Twelfth Strew. Miami,FloridaIROQUOIS : ; .
.' Tie-librarian reported over one bun- Is-to discuss Southern motoring II I Stale Interests that',a national organlzauon I Philadelphia and,a.ajioiber\ of western I
., Bred volumes added to-the library/ matters and good roads with a viewof can which u> to this time has cities will take part; : in the" contests jl ', .L
tovrisU and winter resident mainly, forming 'strong Southern body I mote or less neglected'Southern and;! Every candidate will be carefully a& ..
e the put year...* It was decided.that at which will work for the 'better progress 1 Western"matters. i- 1.umined ,by a physician and. no man I J .. 'r\'. I
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no distant date the club will give anentertainment of motoring ic the Southland and ; .1 Herbert B. Race secretary of the will be permitted to enter' the ring. \ \
Jointly for Its own benefit -. to organize a crusade for better roads. j.|Jacksonville Automobile and, Motor\: unless betas been found perfect 1
and that oi"the. ,relief fund of. the One of the Important things to be i Bolt Club is In receipt of many letters, EOU&il.i -<1 .
.. dly.. .- discussed.Is the talked of main trun '; which state that delegates 'from all or- ; [ Itbt
Business'dlapoeed of the discussionof line bard road from Richmond to Japfcsonrille. :, ermine South win be present at tj' i: TO THC TAXPAYERS; OF'DADE I .
the Ideal Woman" revealed a creator It Is the ardent wlsh-of an meeting, April 1Mb. Prospective del- j I CouiUy Affected by ,the Brow1 '. OpeN Until Midnight' I' '
possessed of All the Innate charms outomobtllsts that a good road be i egiies to the convention should writeJI 1 ard Drainage Act! iI I II \..
of a gentlewoman" with beautiful built enabling Northerners and Southerners -j' Mr.; Race staling! what time they will I! A Fashionable Cafe for Ladiesand.GeritlemQII'.
.. ChrUttaa character;.'a woman of stamina to use the same In summer and JI arrive at Jacksonville. r- j ;
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." ;'who answers to duty's call whatever' winter. TheSavannah Automobile i-i The undesigned Xrespectfofly r* Oyster Fish Game and many delicacies prepared
her sphere In life may be. A Club has alreadyrommenced*planningfor BIG BOXING CARNIVAL i quests that all land owners p'yia= experienced cook* and served by good'; _waiters.
woman,'with common sense with regard the building o' a'road from Savannah It| j. [t taxes in Dade county Florida wao '
for the feeling of others anj! lastly to JaCklonv1Ue. and If the Florida love not alreed7 paid:: the apwial tax The American plan meal arc served by.the hit chtap ir fvidual
a woman who looks weta.to.the attain :. people build the talked of road 'from .ian Francisco ApNt'tA= blg'box- i provided la the, above act. ud :who \ price to enable.those to lire in rooms dad apartments to.
of her household, teach her children Jacksonville: to Miami over 400 m..es irig tournament for the American wish to resist paying sam, or those live reasonablv.-The Irtenoia hotel solicits patronage.of alt
Ole things which becomes gentle- In length! the day may be nearer to championship will begin at Mechanics' I who believe the dralnace scheme to who contemplate a tay as well aa transient cvatomcn.
mia and jentlewomenjnd which make us than It Is thought.It Is when! the I Pavilion! this evening under the ampleeicf be detrimental to their Interests to Open all be year. long 1 .: ,: J. Hctt IhavrDsotc., "
for righteousness fc antomoblllst can drive from New York the Olympic CHnb. The number communicate with him within the next
1 Is ,large aDd the various i ten days as I-wish to make the .
*SIr: :"T. N. Lurnrnu Tavored the club City to Miami This would give nearly ofjfentries very fight ,
two.Vautlful readings by Frank a 1300 mile. run. I bOuts will'fully.occnpr this evening {myself and need the cooperation of I' ,'
'-with-L'.'StaDt.on.'which<'need, BO>> comment. It Is thought that a purely southern ana tomorrow evening Boxers from nil Interested.M., A. Marshall. 1 READ I THE DAILY METROPOLISt -
Quotations. embracing aentlments for organlxatlon can do more for local and I New York Boston St. Louis Chicago Danla Fla.

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V-' I County. |; Organized / in. 1893

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:.. : ". : {Resources. '- <.:. .Overdrafts ... . . . . I. ...,. .. . 699.09 I

t": ,, oi ts'and discounts- . . . '. .>: -'. x..5159,851.13| v County and City Scrip . . ... ..1'' . . 995.26

.Estate owned.-. . .. . ; ., .12. 17,531.91 . .
:'. :. ;; : | Dade County Bonds . .. .'. ... 25.opo.oa
.. ,' .. Fu ore '"'xtures.. :> .'. ":.*- ... : ?"- ;" 3115.25 "' i I i Other Stock andjBonds.; : .'. . : . . 7 O.OO
1/: Cent penes ..i. . . ... . :i't. 1,261.83. :; .
"'r"-' BarlkIng'House and Fixtures ... . . '.. .12500.00;
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e i Due FromjOther Banks. . $80845.50 .
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"I: Cash In Vault .. ... d.39.942.29. = '. : .
.#. ,. Total available ,cash : .. . . ;1; 100,521.79Liabilities ; ---- Cash In Vaults. . .-. '. :'. . 25.673.27. i 106.518.77Liabilities '

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1't' t I'" not called for. : }! . '. .. .. 140.00! ': I ; Surplus) and Profits. .. ., .- . /. 'J 18,24237

Earnings accounts.". . . :... .if-: 1,433.81 \ Dividends . .C. .II .
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Cas er'slchecks .-: . . .l.f; !. 994.18' I ,i.. : 'f' Q?
,, :1 Bank depositsl; l"': <},854,38. : !' Certified Checks Outstanding ;- : . .,. 811,64 t fiII

f .# '| Certificates of deposit' ... ...,... . if};. 15,732.68 /' j I! ,, '. -Total . ',. : : . 305 4k73 6piML*
'. .! Individual deposits . ... I..d.. I. 198326.86 I Ih -- .
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bank l' Systemvith I'rn'at-- '"' ., of its deposits In. cash or with reserve This bank as I Be-,
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